Jodhpur: Woman used to talk with boyfriend even after engagement, fiance killed her boyfriend

May 05 2021 03:03 PM
Jodhpur: Woman used to talk with boyfriend even after engagement, fiance killed her boyfriend

Jodhpur: A sensational murder case has come to light from Jodhpur district of Rajasthan. Where the murder was carried out due to a love affair. The young man was reportedly engaged. After which he came to know that his would-be wife was having an affair with another young man. Hurt by this, the young man killed his wife's boyfriend. The case has come to light from Chaupassani Housing Board police station area of Jodhpur.

However, police have arrested the accused youth and started investigating the case. The murder accused Tahla Bhil, who was reportedly engaged in the past, found out that Naresh Bhil calls her fiance are still in a relationship, so Tahla explained to Naresh once or twice that he should get away from his would-be wife. But naresh was still calling his girlfriend, when the accused got information of it, then explained to naresh, when the two got into an argument on Tuesday, people intervened.

In the afternoon, he received information that Naresh Chowpassani was present at raj clinics in sector 18 of the Housing Board. Tahla reached there and entered the clinic and stabbed naresh one after the other with an iron rod, causing the Naresh to fall there. The owner of the clinic told the police about the incident. On the spot, The Chowpassani Housing Board SHO Started The Lekhamaram Batesar Investigation and seized the body and sent it for postmortem. The deceased Naresh Pak is a displaced Hindu and the accused Tahla is also a Pak displaced Hindu, after the incident police took the family members of the deceased and identified the accused after which he was arrested.

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