A woman Allegedly murdered her husband after he denied to divorcing her

May 02 2019 03:15 PM
A woman Allegedly murdered her husband after he denied to divorcing her

Greater Noida: In an appalling case surfaced from Greater Noida after a woman allegedly murdered her husband after he denied divorcing her. The accused allegedly fired gun shots at her husband because he refused to divorce her. The incident took place near Gaur City.  To be noted that the body of the deceased was recovered from his car. The accused was identified as Amrita Chandel. The accused was allegedly having an extra-marital affair. The accused allegedly planned the murder with the help of her paramour. The accused's alleged lover is an engineer. While talking to NDTV, a police official stated that Omvir Singh, the accused's lover was assisted by two other men.

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Here it is to be noted that the accused had allegedly agreed to pay Rs 3 lakh to her paramour for committing the crime. Singh and two of his allies allegedly stopped the deceased's car on a service road near Gaur City. Following this, the accused allegedly shot the deceased. The Singh and his allies were arrested from the Tingri roundabout area. The weapon used in the incident was also recovered by the police. The wife of the deceased has not been arrested yet.

However it is to be noted that a similar incident surfaced from Haryana after a man allegedly murdered his wife with the help of his paramour. The body of the deceased was found in the Bhakra canal in Lehragaga. The accused was allegedly having an extra-marital affair in Australia. The accused and the deceased had got married in 2013. The couple were allegedly expecting their second child. The deceased was kidnapped on March 24 while she was on a phone call. The deceased was allegedly strangled to death and was thrown into the Bhakra Canal.

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