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The police have registered a case on the complaint of the married woman’s father.
In the case of death of a married woman under suspicious circumstances in Kumarganj police station area of Uttar Pradesh’s Ayodhya district, the police has registered a case of dowry murder against three people, including her husband, on the complaint of the married woman’s father. Showing readiness in this matter, the police have also arrested the husband, father-in-law and mother-in-law of the married woman accused in the incident.
Mother-in-law accused of killing daughter
The body of Ram Manorath’s wife Aarti, aged about 25 years, was found hanging in a room inside the house under suspicious circumstances at around 3 pm on June 10 in Pithala village. Kumarganj police, who reached the spot after getting the information, after getting the body of the woman down from the noose, sent it to the post-mortem after conducting a panchayat nama. After getting information about the incident, other maternal relatives including the father of the married woman also reached the spot and they accused the daughter of killing her for not fulfilling the demand of dowry.
kept demanding a motorcycle after marriage
In the Tahrir given to the police, the married woman’s father, Ram Sagar, son of Barsati, resident of village Maholi Gulalpur police station Raunahi has alleged that he had married his daughter Aarti in the last year 2017 according to Hindu customs and also gave all the dowry items in the marriage. Were. After marriage, my daughter’s husband and her father-in-law and mother-in-law kept on demanding a motorcycle, her daughter used to tell her this and used to torture her for dowry.
Daughter’s murder made as suicide
The father of the married woman has alleged that for not fulfilling the demand of dowry, his daughter has been murdered and her body has been hanged to death. On the complaint of the married woman’s father, SHO Santosh Kumar Singh arrested the three accused in the case by registering a case against the married woman’s husband Ram Manorath and her father-in-law Swaminath and mother-in-law Urmila under sections 498 A 304 B IPC and 3/4 Dowry Harassment Act. have taken.