380 Proof of Crime Patrol true stories ::: Man kills father for property & other infidelity stories

Hostel owner kills cook for asking for a week’s leave

Bengaluru, DHNS: A cook at a paying guest accommodation was strangled to death by its owner and two supervisors for asking for leave to visit his hometown.

The police arrested Rami Reddy (52), who owned the Seven Hills paying guest accommodation in Kadubeesanahalli, and two of his supervisors Mahesh Reddy (22) and Vineeth (22) for strangling Murali, the cook.

Murali, in his late twenties, was the only cook at the PG, where 40 people, including Rami and the two supervisors, are staying.

A native of Kuppam in Andhra Pradesh, Murali sought a week’s leave to visit his hometown, but the owner refused to send him home since he was not getting an alternative and feared Murali’s absence would hit his business.

Rami Reddy and the supervisors repeatedly rejected Murali’s requests for leave. But having had drinks and dinner with the three men, Murali had repeated the request on April 4, threatening to quit if his request was ignored this time.

Heated arguments between the men took an ugly turn as an enraged Rami Reddy and his associates strangled Murali to death with a rope. They tied up Murali’s hands and legs and transported the body to the city outskirts in a car.

They drove towards Kempapura, where they dragged the body behind the air-view compound, soaked it with petrol and set it ablaze.

They even drove back to the crime scene in the same car to check their handiwork.

But having been informed of an unidentified body, the Marathahalli police zeroed in on the accused after checking the CCTV footage from the buildings close to the crime spot. They noticed a car cruising along in a suspicious manner and frequenting the spot the following day.

They found traces of the petrol used to burn the body and checked the CCTV cameras in nearby petrol pumps. The police stumbled on the car, which frequented the crime scene from one of the bunks and traced its registration number to the accused.

The police picked up Rami Reddy, Mahesh and Vineeth, and found their identities matching with the scenes from the bunk where they bought a litre of petrol. Following detailed questioning, the accused confessed to the crime.

‘Encounter sites not marriage venues’

Jammu, PTI: Encounter sites are not venues of “marriages of terrorists” to be flocked by youngsters as bullets do not differentiate between stone pelters and militants, Jammu and Kashmir police chief S P Vaid said on Thursday.

In a first, the state director general of police (DGP) took to micro-blogging site Twitter to participate in a live broadcast where he took questions directly from people ranging from issues like the Kashmir problem, Islamic State terror group, human rights violations to educated youth joining terrorists and disruption of work in educational institutions.

Asked why the rape and murder case of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua district in January was not transferred to the CBI, he said we have no objection but the police is as competent as anybody else”.

If we can we fight terrorism and stone pelting, why we can’t carry out the professional investigation.

Our officers are on deputation with CBI, Vaid said expressing confidence in his crime branch team that investigated the case and arrested eight people.

He termed it a misconception that only officers from Kashmir were part of the special investigation team.

The SIT had officers from all ranks and regions.

A police officer is a police officer and not a Muslim, Hindu, Sikh or Christian. That is what we believe in, he said, adding that it was a misconception that no officer from Jammu area was part of the team.

The DGP reiterated his appeal to the youth not to come close to encounter sites.

“Marriage of the militants is not going on that these boys are coming near the encounter sites”, he said.

Clean chit to rape-accused BJP MLA

Lucknow, DHNS: The Uttar Pradesh Police on Thursday virtually gave a clean chit to rape-accused BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar despite booking him for rape saying that there is not “enough evidence” against him even as the victim apprehended a threat to her life and demanded immediate arrest of the MLA.

The state government recommended a CBI probe into the matter and said that it is now up to the the central investigating agency to decide about arresting the MLA on the basis of evidence it might gather.

“At present there is not enough evidence against the honorable MLA to warrant his arrest… the victim had not named the MLA in her statement before the magistrate,”said Arvind Kumar, Uttar principal secretary (home).

He said that the special investigation team (SIT)had submitted its interim report late on Wednesday night in which it had pointed out at the laxity of police and doctors in the matter. Three doctors and a circle officer were suspended after the report.

The official drew flak for calling the rape-accused MLA “mananiya” (honorable) though he justified the prefix saying that his guilt was yet to be proven.

The victim, however, rejected the government’s clean chit to the MLA and apprehended that she and her family members might be targeted if the lawmaker remained free.

“We want justice…the MLA must be sent to jail…we will not be safe if he remains free,” she said. The Allahabad High Court, which had taken suo moto cognizance of the matter, reserved his order till Friday after hearing the concerned parties. The court slammed the government for not arresting the MLA.

Five people, including the MLA’s brother and the goons of the lawmaker, had been arrested by the police after the victim’s father died under mysterious circumstances in the district hospital, where he was taken for treatment from jail.

Man kills father, brother over inequal land distribution

Press Trust of India  |  Saharsa Last Updated at May 6, 2018 16:40 IST

A man allegedly shot dead his father and younger brother over inequal distribution of land in district of today, police said.

His sister-in-law and nephew were also injured in the incident.

The incident occurred at Situaha Dih village underwhen the man identified as alias Vinod Yadav shot dead his father (80) and his younger brother (45), SHO Tarun Kumar Tarunesh said.

was sleeping on the terrace with his wifeand their son when he was shot dead by his brother Mantu Yadav, the SHO said

On hearing the gunshots, their father came out of his room but his son fired at him also, killing him on the spot, the SHO said.

The police said the octogenarian had gifted an additional 3 acres of land to his youngest son which led to the killing.

and her son Bittu Kumar, who sustained bullet injuries in neck and chest respectively, were admitted to a hospital in Salkhua where the doctors, after administering first aid, referred them to sadar hospital.

The accused, Mantu Yadav, was absconding since the incident, the SHO said.

Man kills brother, father over land dispute

TNN | Updated: May 7, 2018,  

PATNA: A man shot dead his father and brother in their sleep and injured two others over property dispute at Chitwaha Dih under the Salkhua police station area in Saharsa on Sunday.
Salkhua police station SHO Tarun Kumar said the accused was identified as Vinod Yadav alias Mantu Yadav (50), who fled from the spot after the incident. Kumar said the deceased were identified as Vinod’s father Hardev Yadav (80) and his younger brother Ashok Yadav(48).He said Ashok’s wife Chandan Devi (40) and his son Bittu Kumar (18) were also shot at and were undergoing treatment at the sadar hospital. “The incident took place at around 3am when the family members were asleep on the terrace after power cut,” the SHO said.  He said Hardev and Ashok were perhaps shot dead in their sleep. “Hardev was shot in his head and Ashok in the neck, resulting in their death immediately,” Kumar said. He said Chandan received two gunshot injuries while Bittu was shot at in his chest.

“Five empty 9mm cartridges were recovered from the terrace,” Kumar said. He said Chandan had chased Vinod for some distance even after receiving bullet injuries but none of the villagers dared come out to help him as Vinod was armed. The SHO said partition of land between the two brothers by Hardev was the main reason behind the killing.

“Preliminary investigation revealed that Vinod had quarrelled with Hardev and Ashok a couple of days back. Vinod had received land share from his in-laws after the death of his wife almost four years back. Perhaps due to that, Hardev gave more share to Ashok, which Vinod had opposed,” Kumar said.

He said Vinod did not regularly live with his family and it was Hardev who took care of his children. He said an FIR was lodged on the statement of Chandan.

Man kills father and brother over property dispute in Saharsa, two more injured

TNN | May 6, 2018,  

PATNA: A man shot dead his father and brother in their sleep and injured two other over property dispute at village Chitwaha Dih under Salkhuapolice station area in Saharsaon Sunday.
Salkhua police station SHO Tarun Kumar said that the killer was identified as Vinod Yadav alias Mantu Yadav (50) who fled from the spot after the incident.Kumar said that the deceased were identified as Vinod’s father Hardev Yadav (80) and his younger brother Ashok Yadav (48).He said that Ashok’s wife Chandan Devi (40) and his son Bittu Kumar (18) were also shot in the incident and were presently under treatment at sadar hospital.“The incident took place at around 3am when the whole family went to terrace to sleep after a powercut,” the SHO said.He said Hardev and Ashok were perhaps shot dead in their sleep. “Hardev was shot in head while Ashok was shot in neck resulting their death immediately,” SHO Kumar said.

He said that Chandan received two gunshot injuries, one each on both arms while Bittu was shot in chest.

“Altogether five empty 9mm cartridges were recovered the terrace,” Kumar said. He said Chandan had chased Vinod for some distance even after receiving bullet injuries but none of the villagers dared come out for assisting Chandan as Vinod was armed.

He said that division of land amid the two brothers by Hardev was the main reason behind the killing. “In preliminary investigation, it surfaced that Vinod had quarrel with Hardev and Ashok couple of days back. Vinod had received land share from his in-laws after death of his wife almost four years back. Perhaps due to it Hardev gave more share of land to Ashok which was opposed by Vinod,” Kumar said.

He said that Vinod was did not regularly lived with family and it was Hardev who cared his children after his wife’s death almost four years back. He said an FIR was lodged on basis of the statement given by Chandan and Vinod was made a named accused.

Youth kills father, brother over land

Patna: In a fit of anger, a youth shot dead his father and his brother over property dispute in Saharsa district in the small hours of Sunday.

Police said Vinod Yadav alias Mantoo Yadav fired at his father Hardev Yadav (80) and his elder brother Ashok Yadav (30), when they were sleeping at their house located at Situaha village under the jurisdiction of Salakhua police station in Saharsa district.

Both the father-son duo died on the spot. Vinod also shot at and critically injured Ashok’s wife Kanchan Devi (25) when she along with her son Bittu Yadav intervened and saved her husband and father-in-law. The mother-son duo was rushed to Salkhua primary health centre (PHC) for treatment.

The doctors at the Salakhua PHC later referred the injured to the Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) where the condition of Bittu is stated to be critical. Police lodged a case against Vinod on the statement of Kanchan, who is undergoing treatment at DMCH.

Kanchan told the police that the assailant had quarrelled with his father and elder brother over a plot of land measuring about 40 cottahs. He attacked them when they were sleeping on the top floor of the building. “When I rushed to the spot after hearing the gunshots, he (Vinod) fired at me,” she told the police.    

Vinod also pumped two bullets into her son Bittu’s body causing serious injuries to him. Later, he managed to escape. Police said the dispute over ancestral property was going on in the family for the past two years.

Group clash

A report from Supaul said one person was killed and five others suffered serious injuries when two groups clashed with each other at Parwaha village under the jurisdiction of Parwaha police station in Supaul district on Sunday.

The deceased was identified as Sitamarhi Mehta (55), a resident of Patwaha village in Supaul. The injured have been admitted to the Supaul sadar hospital where the condition of one was stated to be critical. An assistant sub-inspector of police posted at Balua Bazar police station Vijay Kumar said the incident was a fallout of an old dispute over land.

Supaul superintendent of police Mritunjay Kumar Choudhary said two separate FIRs have been lodged in connection with the incident.

Bihar: Man kills father, brother over unequal land distribution

PTI | May 6, 2018, 

SAHARSA: A man allegedly shot dead his father and younger brother over unequal distribution of land in Saharsa district of Bihar on Sunday, police said.

His sister-in-law and nephew were also injured in the incident.

The incident occurred at Situaha Dih village under Salkhua police station when the man identified as Mantu Yadav alias Vinod Yadav shot dead his father Hardeo Yadav (80) and his younger brother Ashok Yadav (45), Salkhua police station SHO Tarun Kumar Tarunesh said.

Ashok Yadav was sleeping on the terrace with his wife Kanchan Devi and their son Bittu Kumar when he was shot dead by his brother Mantu Yadav, the SHO said

On hearing the gunshots, their father came out of his room but his son Mantu Yadav fired at him also, killing him on the spot, the SHO said.

The police said the octogenarian had gifted an additional 3 acres of land to his youngest son which led to the killing.

Kanchan Devi and her son Bittu Kumar, who sustained bullet injuries in neck and chest respectively, were admitted to a hospital in Salkhua where the doctors, after administering first aid, referred them to Saharsa sadar hospital.

The accused, Mantu Yadav, was absconding since the incident, the SHO said

10-yr-old boy killed

Press Trust of India  |  Hoshiarpur (Pb) Last Updated at May 6, 2018

A 10-year-old was burnt to death and five of his family members sustained serious burns today after a neighbour allegedly set their house on fire in here, police said.

The deceased was identified as 

The accused, Joginder Singh, allegedly sprinkled petrol and set fire to a room usually occupied by Harmanpreet’s father, Kuldip Singh, the police said.

However, Kuldip was not at home at the time of the incident and his family was sleeping in the room, they said.

After setting Kuldip’s house on fire, Joginder also attempted suicide by consuming a poisonous substance, the police added.

The injured were rushed to the and subsequently referred to DMC Hospital, They are in a critical condition.

Joginder is undergoing treatment at the and remains critical.

The accused’s wife committed suicide last year. Police suspect that Joginder believed that Kuldip may have said something to his wife that prompted her to take the extreme step.

Delhi HC says habitually doubting husband of having affair is basis for divorce

Judicial separation is an instrument devised under law to afford some time for introspection to both the parties to a troubled marriage. Habitually suspecting husband of having affairs with other women amounts to mental cruelty and is grounds for divorce. The wife, on the other hand, had sought setting aside the order of the trial court granting judicial separation as she wanted to stay with her husband. The couple granted judicial separation are not allowed to marry again. According to the plea filed by the husband, his wife was extremely “suspicious” and often accused him of flirting. 

Habitually suspecting husband of having affairs with other women amounts to mental cruelty and is grounds for divorce.

The Delhi High Court recently set aside a lower court order granting judicial separation to a couple with about 30 years of marriage because the wife was overtly suspicious of her husband that made it difficult for the couple to live together. Justice JR Midha granted divorce to the couple and set aside the judgment of the trial court where the couple were allowed judicial separation even as it rejected the plea to grant divorce to the couple residing in London. “The respondent (wife) has levelled false allegations of an illicit relationship between the petitioner (husband) and his sister-in-law in the written statement which clearly amounts to cruelty,” the court said while setting aside the decision of the trial court granting judicial separation instead of dissolution of marriage as sought by the husband. Judicial separation is an instrument devised under law to afford some time for introspection to both the parties to a troubled marriage.

The couple granted judicial separation are not allowed to marry again.

On the other hand, divorce allows you separation and subsequently the right to marry again. The court’s direction came while hearing two pleas by the couple married in 1978, where the husband had challenged the trial court’s decision to grant judicial separation and not granting divorce.

Illicit affair turns bloody, cousin killed

Ishita Bhatia| TNN | May 6, 2018, 

Meerut: A 40-year-old man was shot to death allegedly by three masked men on the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday in Meerut’s Bhawanpur village.
Bablu Singh, 40, allegedly had illicit relations with Shweta, wife of his cousin, Sundar. Shweta was found dead under mysterious circumstances in 2013. Ever since then, Sundar has had cold relations with Bablu.

Singh was shot to death while he was walking back to the village with two other villagers after having returned from Muzaffarnagar.

Ashutosh Kumar, station house officer of Bhawanur police station, said, “The incident took place at 2:30am on Sunday when Bablu was walking to his village after having returned from Muzaffarnagar. Bablu Singh ran a business which provided horses for weddings and was returning with two others from a wedding in Muzaffarnagar. When Bablu went to attend nature’s call in a nearby farm, three masked men shot him to death.”

Two others who were accompanying Bablu then raised an alarm and gathered villagers. Bablu was then rushed to a nearby hospital where he was declared brought dead.

“An FIR has been filed under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code against Bablu’s cousins Sundar, Pappu, and one unknown person in the matter by Bablu’s father Bhawar Singh,” said Kumar.

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