347 Proof of Crime Patrol true stories ::: (1) Techie murders wife’s paramour (2) Intolerance Limit ::: Brother, sister stab courier boy almost to death for late delivery of parcel

Bhayandar: Techie beats wife’s lover to death with his helmet

Bhayandar: A 26-year-old technician has been arrested by the Kashimira police for killing his friend, after suspecting that he was into an illicit relationship with his wife. The police had recovered the body of a man from a marshy land in the Srushti Complex area of Kashimira on March 12, 2018.

Based on the Aadhar card found in the pocket, the police ascertained the identity of the deceased as Ramesh Hemant Chanara (35), a resident of Kranti Nagar in Kandivali (east). An investigating team from the Local Crime Branch (LCB) unit, learnt that Chanara who worked at a local garment factory was suspected to having an illicit relationship with his friend Kanhaiya Surendra Gupta’s (26) wife which often led to heated arguments and fights between them.

The police zeroed in on Gupta. The mobile tower location showed that they were at the same location in Kashimira on the day when Chanara went missing. Gupta who works as a CCTV technician was immediately arrested . Investigations revealed that Gupta had befriended Chanara and under the pretext of talking it over, had accompanied him to the crime spot. After his attempts to drill sense in the mind of Chanara to stay away from his wife, failed, an irate Gupta bashed his head with a helmet before strangulating him to death. He then dumped the body into the dense mangrove swamp and fled the spot. The accused has been booked under section 302 and 201 of the IPC.

She refused to end her relationship, was burnt alive: Unnao Police

During questioning, the couple allegedly confessed to the crime. The man they had accused of killing their daughter, meanwhile, was let go from custody.

By: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: March 30, 2018 5:07 am

 She refused to end her relationship, was burnt alive: Unnao Police

In an alleged case of honour killing, the parents of a 24-year-old woman were arrested on Thursday for burning her alive in Hasganj police station area of Unnao district. The victim’s 15-year-old brother was detained in the case. The victim’s charred body was found in a field on Wednesday, and her father had alleged that she was murdered by a relative who she wished to marry. The relative was later taken into custody.

However, police said, a preliminary investigation pointed to the possible role of her family behind the killing. During questioning, the couple allegedly confessed to the crime. The man they had accused of killing their daughter, meanwhile, was let go from custody.

“On Wednesday morning, we had received a complaint from the father that a man had murdered his daughter and burnt her body in a field in the village. A murder case was lodged against the accused who reportedly was in a relationship with her. Both families are related,” said Hassanganj police station house officer (SHO) Raghwan Kumar Singh. “However, when we reached the spot and started our investigation we found clues that pointed to the possible role of the father in the murder. The snifter dog squad, when taken to the murder spot walked straight to the victim’s house. The right arm of the father too had fresh burn injuries for which he could not give a convincing reply. Also, we recovered two matchboxes and remains of beedis near the spot where the body was found. At the victim’s house same brand of the matchbox and beedi packet were found.”

Upon questioning, the parents and their teenage son confessed to having murdered the woman as she was maligning the image of the family, the SHO informed.

“The father said they assaulted the woman on Tuesday afternoon after they found her at the man’s house. Later, in the night, when she refused dinner, the couple and their son assaulted her. After she fell unconscious, the three took her to their nearby field poured kerosene and set her on fire,” he said.

Woman cleaves paramour
for eyeing her daughter

Bengaluru, DHNS: Enraged by her lover’s attempts to entice her 14-year-old daughter, a 32-year-old woman killed him in the early hours of Thursday in Annapurneshwari Nagar in Doddabidrakallu.

Raghu (33), a native of Tamil Nadu, had been in a five-year relationship with his killer, Rupa. He worked with her husband for two years at a factory and so they knew each other’s family. Despite being married to a woman from Tiptur, who was living in a rented house with their two children, Raghu had taken a liking for Rupa.

According to the police, Rupa’s husband had left for Tiptur two days ago. Learning this, Raghu was at Rupa’s house in an inebriated condition at 11 pm Wednesday. He had a quarrel with Rupa, saying he wanted to sleep with her daughter.

An incensed Rupa decided to kill him. She talked Raghu into having dinner first and served him ragi mudde laced with powdered sleeping pills. When Raghu fell asleep, she cleaved his abdomen with a kitchen knife and clubbed him with a vegetable grater.

Confessing to the crime, Rupa told the police that Raghu had been eyeing her daughter for a long time and had misbehaved with her on several occasions. She warned him not to visit her again, but Raghu came visiting her on Wednesday night, ignoring her words.

After murdering Raghu, Rupa sat beside his body for nearly half an hour. Her children emerged from their rooms and began screaming at the sight of their mother seated next to the blood-soaked body. The neighbours, alerted by the children’s screaming, informed the police about the incident.

Arriving at the scene, the police took Rupa into custody and shifted Raghu’s body to a hospital for post-mortem. The Peenya police have booked a case of murder and are conducting further investigations.

Delhi woman, brother stab delivery man after he fails to deliver phone on time

PTI

PublishedMar 30, 2018
The accused, who have been arrested, were identified as Kamal Deep, 30, and her brother Jitender Singh, 34, the police said.
 The incident came to light on March 21 after a man was found lying in a pool of blood in a drain in Chander Vihar area, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Outer) MN Tiwari said. (Representational Image)

New Delhi: 30-year-old woman and her brother allegedly stabbed a delivery man multiple times in outer Delhi’s Nihal Vihar after he failed to deliver the cell phone they ordered from a shopping portal on time, police said on Thursday.

The accused, who have been arrested, were identified as Kamal Deep, 30, and her brother Jitender Singh, 34, the police said. They have recovered Rs 40,000, a van which was used in committing the crime, a blood stained towel, a knife and shoe laces that were used to strangle the delivery man.

The incident came to light on March 21 after a man was found lying in a pool of blood in a drain in Chander Vihar area, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Outer) MN Tiwari said.

The victim was taken to Sanjay Gandhi Hospital where he is now recovering.

The delivery boy told the police that he had come to deliver a cell phone worth Rs 11,000 to Kamal Deep and called her to confirm her address. She then started calling him about why he was getting delayed.

The woman got into an argument with him after he reached her house. She, along with her brother, then attacked him and strangled him with shoe laces. When he fell down, Kamal Deep allegedly sat on his abdomen and attacked his hands and face with a knife, Tiwari said.

When the man became unconscious, Kaur and Singh robbed Rs 40,000 in cash from him and later dumped him near a drain thinking that he has died, the police said.

Brother-Sister Duo Stab Delhi Delivery Boy Multiple Times, Dump Body in Drain

The woman got into an argument with him after he reached her house. She along with her brother then attacked him and strangulated him with shoe laces.

PTI

Updated:March 30, 2018

Brother-Sister Duo Stab Delhi Delivery Boy Multiple Times, Dump Body in Drain

New Delhi: Two people were arrested for allegedly stabbing a delivery man multiple times in outer Delhi’s Nihal Vihar after he failed to deliver the cell phone they ordered from a shopping portal, police said on Friday.

The accused were identified as Kamal Deep (30) and her brother Jitender Singh (34), the police said, adding they recovered Rs 40,000, a van used in the offence, a blood stained towel, a knife and shoe laces used to strangle the delivery man.

The incident came to light on March 21 after a man was found lying in a pool of blood in a drain in Chander Vihar area, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Outer) M N Tiwari said. The victim was taken to Sanjay Gandhi Hospital where he is recuperating.

He told the police that he had come to deliver a cell phone worth Rs 11,000 to Kamal Deep and called her to confirm her address. She then started calling him about why he was getting delayed.

The woman got into an argument with him after he reached her house. She along with her brother then attacked him and strangulated him with shoe laces. He fell down and then she sat on his abdomen and attacked him on his hands and face with a knife, Tiwari said.

When the man became unconscious, Kaur and Singh robbed Rs 40,000 cash from him and later dumped him near a drain thinking that he was dead, the police said.

Delivery man stabbed 20 times recounts brutal attack

Saurabh Trivedi NEW DELHI, MARCH 30, 2018

Keshav Kumar Singh with his mother Durgavati at his residence on Thursday

‘I kept begging for my life but she kept stabbing me… she had turned into a beast’
It was a routine delivery like the thousands he had made before, 21-year-old Keshav Kumar Singh walked towards an apartment building in outer Delhi’s Nihal Vihar with parcel in hand. Mr. Singh had some trouble locating the address and the irate customer had called him a couple of times.

“The parcel got late by a few minutes and I informed the customer about the delay. She called me inside and took the mobile phone delivery and handed me the ₹11,000. But then she started arguing with me and suddenly attacked me,” recalled Mr. Singh, who has been working as a delivery man for the past three years.

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“First, she slashed my right wrist, then my left wrist. Before I could react, her brother also joined in and tried to strangulate me with shoe laces. The woman repeatedly attacked me with a kitchen knife and even tried to chop my private parts, but she was stopped by her brother,” claimed Mr. Singh, who was recently discharged from the hospital.

He suffered 20 stab wounds and received 45 stitches all over his body.

‘Tried to raise alarm’

“I kept begging for my life because she had turned into a beast. She sat on me and stabbed my face. Later, she asked me to sit on the floor and then she put me under a plastic chair and sat on it. It seems that her brother was helpless and supporting her act,” said Mr. Singh, who got married just six months ago.

Fumbling as he recalled the brutal attack, Mr, Singh said: “I tried to raise an alarm but the woman turned on her home theatre speakers on high volume to muffle my voice. She also stuffed a knife in my mouth… I will never forget those 20 minutes of torture,” he said, adding that he must have fainted soon after the incident, which took place on March 21.

Mr. Singh was found injured lying near a drain in Chander Vihar around 4 p.m. “A man helped me call the police and I was taken to the hospital. The uniform I was wearing was soaked in blood,” he added.

After spending nearly a week in the hospital battling for his life, Mr. Singh is glad to be back with his family. “Me and my older brother are the only earning members in a family of six, including my father who is mentally challenged.”

His wife and mother were very concerned about him. “After seeing my son’s condition at the hospital it is only God’s grace that he is alive and talking. The attackers who dumped him near a drain thought he was dead,” said Durgavati.

‘Office supporting me’

“My office is supporting me and has promised complete salary till I recover. My mother wants me to quit, but I convinced her that not all customers are the same,” he said.

“I have been doing this job for the past three years. I have delivered thousands of packages and have had to deal with customers with different temperaments. But I was never humiliated or assaulted. There are customers to whom I delivered products a day late as I was unwell, but they were fine with the delay,” he said.

Meanwhile, a senior police official said that the accused have been sent to judicial custody. “We will seek police remand to find out the reason behind the brutal attack,” he added.

Man murders wife, surrenders before police

Soumitra Bose| TNN | Mar 29, 2018

NAGPUR: A 35-year-old man surrendered before the policeclaiming to have killed his wife at their residence at MIDC Bori.

Suspecting fidelity, Ramkrushna Dayare killed his wife Mrunali at their residence at MIDC Bori. He later surrendered before the MIDC Bori police station in Nagpur rural on Thursday.

Ramkrushna, who worked as a labourer, throttled Mrunali in her sleep. Police said he doubted his wife’s moral character which had led to previous quarrels between the couple. It’s learnt Ramkrushna repeatedly linked Mrunali with others at where she worked. The couple, having three children, were at loggerheads over the issue.

Mrunali’s body has been sent to post-mortem at Government medical college and hospital in Nagpur.

2 Maoist supporters held for plot to kill UoH VC

Wanted To Avenge Death Of Vemula

Kakinada/Hyderabad:

Two Maoists supporters were arrested on Friday night from Andhra Pradesh’s East Godavari district for allegedly conspiring to assassinate the vice-chancellor of University of Hyderabad (UoH) to avenge the death of dalit research scholar Rohit Vemula, who committed suicide on the campus in January, 2016.

Police said law student Ankala Prudviraj, 27, and Chandan Kumar Mishra, 28, had planned to assassinate Podile Appa Rao on orders of Maoist Telangana state committee secretary Haribhushan alias Yapa Narayana and central committee member Chandranna. Prudviraj, a resident of Krishna district of AP and Chandan from Howrah in West Bengal, held Appa Rao responsible for Vemula’s death, said East Godavari SP Vishal Gunni.

During interrogation, they revealed that by killing the VC, the guerrillas hoped to wean away more youth into their fold and replenish their depleting cadre strength, said police. They were produced before a court on Saturday.

“The state government has deployed two gunmen for the security of vice-chancellor Appa Rao. He resides inside the UoH campus and there are security guards at his home too. We are waiting for recommendations of AP police and we may further beef up his security,” a senior Cyberabad police told TOI.

Prudviraj is currently studying in Siddhartha College, Vijayawada, and was a student of UoH between 2010 and 2013. He was arrested by Palvoncha police for being a Maoist supporter in 2013 and sent to Warangal jail for assisting a Chandranna dalam member. On his release on bail, he resumed work for Maoists. Police said Chandan Kumar Mishra joined UoH in 2013 to study post-graduation and was a member of Telangana Praja Front, a frontal organization of Maoists.

East Godavari SP Vishal Gunni (C) producing Ankala Prudviraj and Chandan Mishra before the media in Kakinada on Saturday

UP police hired drummers to brand Shamli family criminal’

Shamli: The family of Furquan in Shamli, who was gunned down by Muzaffarnagar police in October last year, said policemen visited their village on Friday with hired drummers to announce to people around that they were a family of criminals. “Before leaving, they threatened us and told us not to bring up the encounter case or else our other sons would also meet the same fate,” Akbari, mother of Furquan, told TOI.

The police crackdown caught the attention of the local residents as well who claimed that the family has landed in trouble after the encounter as the police are now in “character assassination mode”. “The remaining members have nothing to do with the crime record of other members of the family who are either behind bars or gunned down. They are being unnecessarily harassed,” said Mohammed Islam, a neighbour. Police, on its part, claimed they had gone there after an impounding warrant was issued against one of their cousins wanted in a dacoity case.

“Furquan had several cases of dacoity against him. Three of his brothers are already in jail and the eldest one, Munnavar, is a hardened criminal. We kept a tab on their jail activities as they were capable of plotting robberies from inside as well,” Ajap Pal Sharma, former Shamli SP, said.

UP DGP’s PRO Rahul Srivastava, in a tweet, also said “munadi” (calling drummers to make an announcement) was an age-old practice of the administration.

The family has a different version of events though.

According to them, Furqan was arrested for a village brawl in 2010 and remained in jail for the next seven years as the family did not have money to furnish a bail bond and secure his release. Then, in October 2017, the police unexpectedly settled the case to get him out of the jail. “It was a ploy to kill him in a fake encounter,” Bano, Furqan’s sister, told TOI.

Two weeks later, he was killed in an encounter in Baghpat. Police claimed that he was a criminal with 36 cases of dacoity and carried a reward of Rs 50,000 on him.

The family, however, wondered how it was possible for someone to be involved in 36 cases of dacoity when he was in jail for seven years. One of his brothers and a cousin were also arrested in cases of dacoity and robbery after the killing. The family alleges this was done to discourage them from pursuing the case of the fake encounter.

Local lawyer Mohammed Salim, who has been representing the family in cases slapped against Furqan and his brothers, and was asked to take up the encounter case as well, said, “Local police has booked Furqan’s brothers in random cases. I was asked by the family to file a case of fake encounter, but there is tremendous pressure on me from the local bar council to drop it.”

The stupid reasons why Delhiites kill each other

From stabbing a delivery guy who was late to beating a customer who complained about food, murders over trivial issues are on the rise. Is impulse killing Delhi’s new problem?

As if road rage weren’t bad enough, now even minor things like brushing against a person or an inconvenient delay seem to be provoking Delhiites into whipping out knives and guns.

Delhi Police data seems to confirm this. While the number of murders declined from 528 in 2016 to 487 in 2017, murders over trivial issues or sudden provocation as a cause rose from 16% to 18.6%.

What makes people turn violent over petty issues? One of the first studies to examine the differences between impulsive murders and premeditated crimes was conducted by Northwestern University in the US. “Impulsive murderers were much more mentally impaired, in terms of both their intelligence and other cognitive functions,” wrote Robert Hanlon, an expert in clinical psychiatry and neurology and senior author of the 2013 study.

Nearly all impulsive murderers have a history of alcohol or drug abuse and/or were intoxicated at the time of the crime — 93%, compared to 76% of those who strategised about their crimes.

Criminologist Rajat Mitra says most perpetrators in such cases experience “explosive rage”. “Such people are already deeply angry with themselves and the world and often suffer from impulse control disorder. Very often they consider themselves to be failures and victims.” And when a fight over a trivial issue occurs, it touches a raw nerve and acts like a trigger. Such people often report a feeling of calmness after the act. “Their vital signs like blood pressure go down and they experience a high,’’ says Mitra.

• Cannot live without your phone? One Delhi resident was willing to kill for it. Last week, 30-year-old Kamal Deep and her brother allegedly stabbed a Flipkart delivery man because the mobile phone she was supposed to get from the e-commerce site reached her 20 minutes late.

• Last month, Pawan Kumar, 30, was beaten to death with a ladle when he complained about the quality of food in an east Delhi dhaba.

• And a New Year eve’s party went sour for another Delhi resident Vinay Bhati, 30, who was shot and injured. His ‘crime’ was that he accidentally bumped against a man inside a tony south Delhi bar.

• In December, Rohit Saluja, 25, was attacked with knives by three men who tried to stop him from urinating in the open in Timarpur. The victim said he was first lectured on Swachh Bharat

• A month earlier, 24-year-old law student Ashish Bhardwaj, was shot dead after a man objected to his sitting on a park bench and asked him to leave. When Bhardwaj protested, there was an argument and the man pulled out a gun and opened fire.

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