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Husband Kills Two Wives, Nabbed

By LawStreet News Network      03 July, 2019 12:00 AM      0 Comments

The staff of PS Jaitpur has cracked a case of twin murder and arrested a man who executed it out of frustration triggered from frequently fought fights. The accused identified as Jamshed Alam 35 years from Bihar had been underground ever since the murders were executed, this invited cops after him.

The police team rushed to the spot soon after they received a call. The door of the room was found locked and the police team broke open the door and found the two dead bodies - females in the room. The Prime facie appeared that the murder was caused by strangulation. The crime scene was inspected by the crime team. Accordingly, a case vide FIR no. 135/19, under Sections 302/201 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, PS Jaitpur was registered and investigation was taken up.

It was a big challenge for the police, several teams were tasked with cracking this double murder mystery. The team comprising inspector Satvinder Rana, SI Prateek Saxena, SI Shamsher, ASI Lokendra, ASI Narender and others led by SHO Jaitpur Inspector Anand Swarup under the supervision of ACP sub-division Badarpur Gursewak Singh Dhillon was constituted.

The police got the lead and finally the arrest came after many raids. Those killed were identified as Ismat Parveen 34 years and Jabeena 45 years. It further revealed that both the ladies were married to Jamshed. Ismat Parveen was married around 20 years ago and they had a 13-year-old son. Later, Jabeena also married Jamshed and she too had been living with him for the past 10 years.

The needle of suspicion pointed towards Jamshed, the husband who had been untraceable since the murder. The police examined many angles, one CCTV footage indicated that the accused with his minor son was seen leaving with a heavy bag. Several raids were conducted in the Delhi NCR area but no clue about him was found. Immediately a police team was sent to district Araria, Bihar. Several raids were conducted at the native place of the suspect Jamshed but he was not found in Bihar. Acting on a tip-off, a raid was conducted at the Bada Hindu Rao area and Jamshed was apprehended when he was going to visit his relative.

Jamshed initially denied any involvement in the murder of his wives but once he was confronted with his movement, Jamshed broke down and confessed to having killed them. He disclosed that he used to live with both the wives in the same house in his village. Around 3 years ago, they all came to Delhi and started living in a rented accommodation at Jaitpur. Jamshed used to work as a whitewash labourer. He further disclosed that they used to have frequent quarrels on petty issues between all the three of them and he was tired of these quarrels and wanted to get rid of them.

Once when all the three were present in their room and they had a fight with each other. He added that he first strangulated his wife Ismat Parveen with the help of a chunni. When Jabeena tried to raise the alarm, Jamshed caught hold of her and also strangulated her with chunni. After killing both the wives, the accused Jamshed took his son with him who was playing outside and fled the scene after locking the room. They went to Bihar when he came to know that the police are searching for him, he kept changing his addresses to evade arrest. After days, he returned to Delhi and when he was going to visit his relative at Bara Hindu Rao, he was apprehended by the police.

The case has been registered, further probe is underway.



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