Woman held for murder of husband in Jaisalmer


Police cracked a month-old murder case by arresting a woman and her brother-in-law for killing the husband. The accused are residents of Ghoomadwali police station area in Sriganganagar and had been missing for last 10 days. Their mobile phones were also switched off. The woman had called her husband to Jaisalmer where she killed him and then buried his body in Mohangarh area of Jaisalmer district. Sriganganagar police finally arrested the two and recovered the body from farms at 11BLM in Mohangarh canal area. Police exhumed the body and handed it over to the family after post-mortem.

SP Gaurav Yadav said Sriganganagar resident Manjeet Kaur (40) along with her brother-in-law murdered her husband. Sriganganagar police reached the spot and got the post-mortem done by the medical board and handed over the body to the family. The medical team also took DNA samples of the body. Ghoomadwali SHO Madan Singh Vishnoi said that on June 22 Jasweer Singh, resident of 13ML Nagrana Hanumangarh lodged a report that his elder brother Baljeet Singh who is handicapped was missing. The victim had been living with his sister Harjinder Kaur, who is wife of Mangat Singh, for last 7-8 years. He alleged that the victim’s wife and Mangat Singh (50) were in an illicit relationship. Both were living in Mohangarh (Jaisalmer) for 7-8 years. Baljeet used to frequently call his wife to live with him but she would always refuse. On May 26 Baljeet went to Sriganganagar and did not return. Finally, it was revealed that Manjeet had called her husband to Sriganganagar with an intention to kill him. Manjeet and Mangat forcefully took Baljeet to Mohangarh where they killed and buried his body. Police have taken Manjeet and Mangat in five-day remand and are interrogating them.

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