Panipat, Jagran Correspondent. A woman was murdered by strangulation and mouth in Panipat’s village Dadola. The police registered a case of murder on the complaint of the deceased’s mother Pravesh resident of Shamli Uttar Pradesh. Police registered a case against son-in-law Rajesh, his cousin Kapil and his mother Kamlesh. Due to the injury marks on the woman’s body, the FSL team has taken samples from the spot for examination.
Widow Pravesh told that he had married his elder daughter Deepa (28) on 07 July 2014 with Rajesh resident of village Dadola, Panipat. Deepa has two boys aged six and five. After a few months of marriage, her husband Rajesh, brother-in-law Kapil and mother-in-law Kamlesh used to harass her daughter for demanding dowry. He was harassed and beaten. He told that about five months ago, when his in-laws beat him out of the house, Deepa stayed with him for four months. About a month ago, she came to her in-laws’ house at the behest of everyone.
The daughter talked on the phone on September 8 at 11 o’clock.
Pravesh told that Deepa spoke to him on September 08 at 11 am. He said mommy take me. These people will kill me. After saying this, his phone got disconnected. He told that while talking to Deepa on the phone, loud voices of other people were coming. At 1 pm, son-in-law Rajesh informed her about the death of her daughter on the phone. She hung up the phone before asking anything. When he reached Dadola daughter’s house with his family members Vijay, Vishnu, Satish, Anil and Shivdutt, the daughter was found lying dead in the room. He had bruises on his back, neck, lips and legs. Suspecting murder, he immediately informed the matter to the police.
Murder due to throat and mouth pressing: SI
Investigating officer Balkar Singh said that the post-mortem has revealed that the death was caused by suffocation of the mouth and throat. A murder case has been registered against the accused Rajesh, Kapil and Kamlesh and investigation has been started. The body has been handed over to the relatives after the post-mortem.
Edited By: Anurag Shukla