Recently, a case of crime has come to light from Lucknow. In this case, the history-sheeter shot deads his wife in the Chinhat police station area of Lucknow due to illicit relations. On the other hand, after receiving information about the case, the police rushed to the spot and found the blood-soaked body of the newlywed lying on the floor in the room. According to reports, an illegal pistol was also found near him and police have taken the body and sent it for post mortem. The woman's history sheeter is questioning her husband and her mother in custody and it is feared that the woman was murdered by her husband and mother-in-law.
According to reports, Inspector-in-Charge Sachin Kumar said that further action will be taken after getting Tahrir. The incident took place in Chinhat police station area, where history-sheeter Bimal Yadav lives with his family wife Julie Yadav (27), mother Kalawati Devi, brother Ravi Yadav and Sumit Yadav from Chinhat police station in Kanchanpur Matiyari village. Bimal was married to Julie Yadav, daughter of Premnath Yadav, a resident of Chowk, in February last year. The sound of gunfire was heard from Julie's room on the first floor of the house at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. In the meantime, Kalawati was present in the house. Vimal claims he was not at home during the incident. He had been in the neighborhood. When Kalawati heard her screaming, Bimal came home and found Julie's blood-soaked body lying near the bed in the room. He had a bullet mark on his right canopy. The body was lying with an illegal pistol," he said.
The family members of the deceased said that "Julie Yadav was married to Vimal on February 27, 2019. The husband was in disagreement with the wife about something. It is alleged that julie was shot dead by her husband," the police said, questioning husband Bimal Yadav and her mother Kalawati Devi in the case.