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Jammu: Husband among three arrested for murder of woman

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A man, along with his brother and mother, was arrested for allegedly killing his wife by Chatroo Police.

The woman was strangled by the trio under a well-planned conspiracy hatched to pave the way for another marriage of the husband of the deceased, a police spokesman said.

He said Chatroo police started inquest proceedings into the death of Neetu Devi, a resident of Horna village of Mughal Maidan, after her body was found hanging at a committee hall on July 11 this year. Her in-laws had started performing her last rites without informing her parents who lodged a police complaint.

“Initially, the in-laws of the deceased woman stated that she has committed suicide by hanging herself, but during the course of enquiry, some foul play into the matter was substantiated by the inquiry officer and accordingly the inquest proceedings were converted into a case of murder,” the spokesman said.
Keeping in view the sensitivity of the case, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Kishtwar Shafqat Hussain Batt constituted a Special Investigation Team (SIT) under the supervision of Additional SP Kishtwar Rajinder Singh headed by DySP DAR Dheeraj Singh Katoch along with SHO Chatroo Inspector Sandeep Parihar which cracked the case after hectic efforts and questioning of suspected persons.

The spokesman said it was established that Neetu Devi was murdered by her husband Lokesh Kumar, brother-in-law Gowash Lal and mother-in-law Devki Devi by strangulating her with a headscarf.
“The accused persons after committing the heinous crime shifted the body to a nearby committee hall and hanged it with a hook using headscarf to pretend that the deceased has died by suicide,” the spokesman said, adding all the three accused were taken into custody and are lodged in District Jail Kishtwar.

 

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Long Power shutdown in Jammu: Check complete list here

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Chief Engineer (Distribution) JPDCL, Jammu has informed that power supply to Gandhi Nagar, Shastri Nagar, Gole Market, Govt. Hospital Gandhi Nagar, Nanak Nagar, Sanjay Nagar and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 21 from 07 am to 10 pm.

Similarly, the power supply to Malhori, Kupar, Tutan Di Khui, Badyal Brahmana, BSF, Kadyal Mandal, Gurha, Raya, Smailpur and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 21 from 08 am to 01 pm.

Likewise, the power supply to Billawar, Mandi, Phinter, Parnalla and adjoining areas of Baggan, Batera, GREF, Sua No. 1, Gharkhal and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 21 from 09 am to 02 pm.

Meanwhile, Superintending Engineer, O&M Circle, Jammu (JPDCL) has informed that power supply to Greater Kailash and its adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 21 from 08 am to 02 pm.

Similarly, the power supply to Nanak Nagar and its adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 23 from 07 am to 01 pm.

Likewise, the power supply to Trikuta Nagar and its adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 21 and 23 from 07 am to 01 pm.

Similarly, the power supply to Barnai, Natar Kotha, Lower Muthi, KC Door, PHE adjoining, Lower Barnai, Industrial Area and their adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 21 from 07 am to 12 noon.

Meanwhile, Superintending Engineer (Distribution), (JPDCL), O&M Circle, Kathua has informed that power supply to Near 220 KV GSS and Phase III SIDCO Samba and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 22 from 08 am to 12 noon.

Similarly, the power supply near Doordarshan and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 22 from 08 am to 12 noon.

Likewise, the power supply to Kothi Morh, Patayari, W. No 5 & 6, Bari Brahmana, Birpur Ansal and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 21, 23 and 25 from 07 am to 01 pm.

Similarly, the power supply to Hiranagar Town, Hospital, Deepak Chowk, Main Bazaar and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 21 from 08 am to 02 pm.

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Govt teachers among 9 held for attacking police Party & in other cases in J&K’s Reasi

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Police on Tuesday arrested nine persons including two government teachers wanted in different cases and attacks on police party in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Senior Superintendent of Police said team of Chasana Police arrested nine criminals for act of endangering life and personal safety of others, attack on Police party and creating law and order problem in the area.

A case was already registered in police station Chassana on August 31 when some notorious criminals of the area attacked police party and another notorious criminal Prem Singh wanted in rape case and his accomplices of Thalkote-Chassana were arrested.

Prem Singh is a notorious History Sheeter involved in ten cases including four cases of attack on police including firing by weapon issued under Village Defense Committees, attempt to murder and rape.

Victim had lodged a written complaint against Prem Singh and others with allegations of rape.

The SSP said teams of Reasi Police arrested nine accused persons including two government teachers identified as Riaz Shah and Chain Singh.

Mr Singh asserted that no one should violate the principle of law and justice nor shall be allowed to disturb peace and tranquility in the area.

He further appealed to maintain peace and tranquility, brotherhood and keep social fabric of society intact.

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Reasi Based Man on Bed for Past 5 Years, Family Looks for Financial Aid

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A Local man from Patta village, Tali Morh Reasi, namely Yashpal Chand, has been on the bed for five years. The family is living in miserable conditions and is looking for financial assistance. JK Channel team today reached their house and covered their story so that the viewer can come forward for their help. 

While talking to the media, Yashpal said, “I’m tired of remaining in bed. My family is hungry and is looking for someone to come and feed them. During the lockdown, they have slept many nights with empty stomachs. I’m grateful that JK Channel has arrived at my place. We do not have money for my treatment and medicines. I was a vegetable vendor at Reasi Bus stand. I suffered from a skin disease, and I’ve gone to Jammu Hospital for treatment. During the treatment, my liver has been failed, and my body got paralyzed. The golden card has not provided us any assistance as many hospitals refused to use it”. 

Anyone willing to provide help to the family can contact them and can contribute to their bank account. 

Name – Yashpal Chand

Contact – 9103147169

Account Number – 002904870000082

IFSC – JAKA0REASSI

 

Amish Mahajan

Content Writer

JK Media 

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