Lalitpur police in Uttar Pradesh have arrested a mother of three children who strangled her husband with the assistance of her paramour. The incident happened nearly a month ago.
One of the woman’s companions who helped her in the murder has escaped. Police said that teams have been deployed to nab the accused who is currently missing.
Officials found an unidentified body of a young man (30) on the bank of a canal near Khiria Chhatra in the village of Banpur on August 15. Superintendent of Police, Capt MM Baig, said that the body was found wrapped in a sheet and an electric cord was tied to his mouth and throat.
Police registered a case and started investigation. Meanwhile, they had received a missing complaint from Sher Singh, a resident of village Jijayawan of Kotwali Sadar. He stated in his complaint that his son Avatar Yadav has been missing since August 11.
Thereafter, the police got the deceased’s body identified by Singh and it turned out that it was indeed his son Avatar. The Swat team and the Banpur police were investigating the case and special teams were put on the job to trace the murderers.
Police suspected the deceased’s wife
Sukhdevi, wife of deceased, admitted to her crime of murdering her own husband along with her paramour, Kalyan alias Halke Kushwaha, son of Gyasi, a resident of village Mirchwara near the Kotwali police station area.
Avatar was killed by his wife and lover while he was sleeping at his farm on the night of August 11. He was strangled to death with an electric wire by the woman. Sukhdevi then handed over her husband’s body to one of her companions, who put him inside his Bolero car and dumped the body some distance away, in a canal near the village Khiria Chhatra.
The police has arrested Sukhdevi alias Anjana, her lover Kalyan alias Halke Kushwaha. However, the third partner who assisted them in the crime, Mohan Kushwaha, has been missing.
In another story, on May 1, a 30-year-old woman, resident of Ashok Vihar in Northwest Delhi killed her husband, identified as Sharat Dass (46), with the help of her paramour, and informed all that that he died of Covid-19.
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