Married woman kills her ex-lover with boyfriend's help

Updated: Oct 02, 2018, 20:21 IST | mid-day online desk

The accused were identified as Anita (28), resident of Uttam Nagar and Karan (27), resident of Bharat Vihar, DelhI

Married woman kills her ex-lover with boyfriend's help
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In yet another crime case happening in the city of Delhi, a married woman along with her boyfriend was arrested for allegedly killing a man who was pursuing her even after they had a break-up, police said on Monday.

In this horrific case, the accused have been identified as Anita  (28), resident of Uttam Nagar and Karan (27), resident of Bharat Vihar, Delhi. On Friday morning, the body of Rajaram (30), a resident of Bharat Vihar, who used to work at a garments export shop at Dabri, was found. During the investigation of the case, police looked at the CCTV footage of the area and analysed the mobile number call details of the deceased. On the basis of analysis of calls, the accused duo were caught.

"During interrogation, Anita revealed that she met Rajaram two-and-a-half-year-ago in a garment shop where they worked and got into a relationship with him. Around one-and-a-half-years-ago, both Anita and Rajaram left the job and Anita started working in a garment showroom, Radisson Blu Hotel, Sector-13, Dwarka," said Anto Alphonse, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Dwarka).

The police then intensified the questioning and started getting the details of the crime from the accused. "She hatched a conspiracy with Karan and called Rajaram to the park adjacent to Radisson Hotel. When Rajaram reached the park, Karan started hitting him from back of his head and Anita slit his throat with shaving blade," the DCP added.

(with inputs from the agencies)

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