A 37-year-old man allegedly killed his live-in accomplice and her minor daughter following frequent quarrels and dumped their our bodies in a sewer close to Gandhidham in Gujarat’s Kutch district, the police mentioned on Monday.
The accused, Sanjay Singh, was arrested on Sunday and charged with homicide, mentioned inspector of the Gandhidham “B” division police station, SS Desai.
Three days in the past, Singh, a plumber, repeatedly hit his 41-year-old live-in accomplice and her daughter (13) with a stick on their heads, leaving them lifeless, he mentioned.
“Singh took each of them to a close-by forest on his bike and killed them by hitting on their heads with a stick. He then dumped their our bodies in a sewer,” Mr Desai mentioned.
Whereas the teenager woman’s physique was recovered on Sunday, her mom’s physique was discovered on Monday from the sewer line close to Gandhidham metropolis, he mentioned.
“We took assist from the municipality to fish out the our bodies from the sewer line,” the police officer mentioned.
Major investigation revealed Singh is a local of Bikaner and got here in touch with the lady, who used to reside close to his home within the Rajasthan city, greater than 10 years in the past, he mentioned.
Following marital discord, the lady left her husband’s residence and began dwelling with the accused, Mr Desai mentioned.
The lady left her husband’s home together with two daughters and got here to Gandhidham in 2009 to reside with Singh, he mentioned, including, “The couple was dwelling collectively with out marriage.”
In her criticism, the lady’s elder daughter,20, mentioned that her mom had not too long ago learnt about Singh’s affair with one other lady.
As per the FIR, Singh used to combat along with his live-in accomplice nearly every day over petty points, mentioned Mr Desai.
On February 12, Singh requested the lady and her youthful daughter to come back with him to a close-by village for some work, the police officer mentioned.
He then took them to the forest and killed them, he added.
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