A pregnant government teacher was found murdered on June 1 in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. A month later, the police has cracked the murder case and arrested a 17-year-old boy who is suspected to be the main accused.
The minor boy was in a relationship with 35-year-old Supriya Verma, a teacher by profession. Verma used to live with her husband and mother. She was posted at Askaranpur primary school in Bikapur tehsil of Ayodhya district. Her husband Umesh Verma is also a government teacher.
According to police, the duo lived in the same locality, where they developed their affair. While the boy wanted to end the relationship, the adult woman was pressurising him, to continue with the same.
Verma was five months pregnant, when the minor boy stabbed her multiple times with a sharp-edged weapon. She was alone at her house at the time of her murder.
Ayodhya Senior Superintendent of Police Shailesh Pandey told PTI,
The boy wanted to end the relationship with his teacher because he was worried about his reputation. The woman, however, didn’t want this and was pressuring him to continue the relationship. The accused went to the woman’s house and killed her with a rod.
Adding further Pandey said,
The boy also took Rs 50,000 and other valuables by breaking the lock of a cupboard in the woman’s room to make it look like a robbery gone wrong and mislead the police. The accused has been apprehended and will be presented before a juvenile justice board.
#Ayodhya | 17-Year-Old Boy Arrested For Murdering 35-Year-Old Married Teacher Who Pressurised Him To Continue Relationship
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