Bhopal: Man accused of killing indore woman on moving train committed suicide in jail

Jun 08 2021 11:14 AM
Bhopal: Man accused of killing indore woman on moving train committed suicide in jail

Sehore: Crime cases are on the rise day by day in Madhya Pradesh. In the same episode, a young woman was strangled to death in a moving train recently. Sagar Soni, an accused in the case, was also arrested by the police within two days. He was also questioned for some time. As per the information received, Sagar committed suicide by hanging himself in jail last Monday.

Yes, 27-year-old Muskan Hada, a resident of Indore, was reportedly coming to Bhopal last Tuesday night to meet her brother in the D3 sleeper coach of The Narmada Express 08233. Meanwhile, an accused named Sagar Soni slit the girl's throat with a knife in Sehore and fled leaving the body in the train. As soon as the police came to know about the case, the police started an investigation and nabbed the accused within two days. Now, at around 4 pm on Monday, the accused Sagar Soni tore his T-shirt in jail and made a trap and hung himself from the barrack window.

Sagar was reportedly found hanging from the window when a jail employee went inside with evening tea. Seeing this, he told district jail jailor Sanjay Salem. He then informed that, 'Sagar was taken off the snare, then he was breathing and was rushed to the jail hospital. He was referred to the district hospital on arrival at the jail hospital'.

Where doctors declared him brought dead. The police are now investigating the case. Police say Sagar Soni confessed to his crime in interrogation and explained how he had carried out the incident. She had said, 'The young woman kept talking to the young man near the door in the coach for a while. She then ran towards her seat and stumbled and fell. Sagar then stabbed Muskan's throat with a knife which killed Muskan.

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