In a very disturbing report from Pune, a college boy has been allegedly killed by his girlfriend over a dispute. The incident took place at Wagholi in the wee hours on Monday.
According to police, the accused girl was having an affair with the victim boy while they were studying in the second year of data science at Raisoni College in Wagholi.
Yashwant Ashok Munde (22) was living at a rented flat in Wagholi area for the last few months. He was in a relationship with Anuja Mahesh Panhale (21) who hailed from Ahmednagar district.
On Sunday night, the accused girl planned to study with her boyfriend at his home. However, the two began arguing over an issue which escalated.
Speaking with the media, police officials said that while studying, the duo had an altercation, and Anuja used a sharp knife inflicting fatal wounds and stabbing Yashwant multiple times. She also sustained severe injuries during the incident.
While Yashwant was rushed to the hospital, it was too late as he was declared dead on arrival. His body has been sent for post-mortem.
A case has been registered at Lonikand Police Station in the matter and further investigation is underway.
As per a detailed report by Pune Mirror, investigation revealed that the girl was already carrying a knife with her when she went to the victim’s house on Sunday night. Senior police inspector Gajanan Pawar told Mirror,
Their parents were aware of their relationship. However, for the past few days, they were having disputes. They were preparing for an examination, so Yashwant had called her to his flat to study together.
The youths were in their bedrooms while the couple were studying in the hall. Around 5.30 am, they had a quarrel over some issue and the young woman stabbed him on the chest and stomach, killing him on the spot. She also received serious injuries on the hand.
Adding further, Pawar said,
The accused came out of the flat with the blood-stained clothes. Due to excessive blood loss, she started feeling giddy and sat on the road. People took her to the nearby hospital.
The statement of the accused girl is yet to be recorded since she is currently in ICU.
Girlfriend wanted to break up…
The investigation has also revealed that Anuja wanted to end the relationship, however, Yashwant was allegedly blackmailing her. According to her, he suspected her character, which led to quarrels.
Pawar further told Mirror,
Anuja was probably fed up with his behaviour. During the enquiry, we learned that Yashwant had thrashed her and choked her during an argument. Hence, she was angry and committed the murder.
Statement by Deceased’s Family
On the other hand, Omprakash Budhwant, (Yashwant’s uncle) has lodged a complaint with the police that Anuja was harassing his nephew for money. In his complaint, Budhwant claimed,
Yashwant had informed us about it but we took it lightly.
This case comes in the backdrop of yet another chilling case reported from Delhi, where a 16-year-old girl was brutally murdered by a man. Sadly, whenever the victim is a girl, we have endless media debates and massive outrage by society. While if genders are reversed, deceased men and their families rarely even get justice. In the case above, the police officer has even given reasons, almost justifying Yashwant’s murder by Anuja.
Note: Police has not released any pictures/images of the accused girl Anuja.
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#Pune: Anuja Mahesh Panhale (21) Stabs Boyfriend Yashwant Ashok Munde (22) On Chest & Stomach Killing Him On The Spot
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