In the Fatehpur Beri neighbourhood of southwest Delhi, a 31-year-old woman was allegedly killed by her husband because he was upset with her “behaviour,” according to police.
They claimed that the victim, a woman who was in her 30s, had been strangled before having her body discarded close to the Jheel Khurd boundary. According to authorities, two additional people assisted the woman’s husband in the murder, and all three suspects have been taken into custody.
A PCR call about a woman’s body discovered in a jungle close to the Jheel Khurd border in Fatehpur Beri was received on Saturday. According to Chandan Chowdhary, deputy commissioner of police (south), police arrived quickly and took charge of the body.
The movement of an autorickshaw at roughly 1.40 am on Saturday was discovered to be suspicious after police opened an inquiry into the matter using both technical and manual monitoring, the official said.
The auto rickshaw’s route was monitored, and its registration number was noted. The DCP reported that Chhatarpur resident Arun, the vehicle’s driver, was taken into custody close to Gadaipur Band road.
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Deceased Woman Identified:
Arun recognised the deceased as Sweety, Dharamveer’s wife. According to the police officer, he admitted that he and his brother-in-laws Dharamveer and Satyavan, both Nangloi residents, strangled Sweety close to the Haryana border and dumped the body in the jungle.
The driver explained to the authorities that he was familiar with the local topography and that the accused chose the forest region for both the crime’s location and the body’s disposal.
Arun claimed that Dharamveer was unhappy with his wife’s actions since she frequently abandoned their home for weeks at a time with no explanation. He further disclosed that no one is aware of the victim’s parents or her family history because Dharamveer wed her by giving Rs 70,000 to an unnamed woman, according to the DCP.
Sweety never mentioned her parents or other relatives. According to the authorities, she merely claimed to be from Patna in Bihar. According to them, a case has been filed at the Fatehpur Beri police station in connection with the woman’s murder under sections 302 (murder), 201 (causing disappearance of evidence of offence or giving false information to screen offender), and 34 (common intention) of the India Penal Code.
The auto rickshaw used to commit the crime was seized, and Dharamveer, Satyavan, and Arun were arrested, according to police. The DCP noted that additional investigation into the matter is ongoing.
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