Telangana man strangles wife to death with his sister's help, stages suicide drama
A horrific incident has come to light from Telangana’s Hyderabad on Monday, where a man allegedly strangled his wife and fabricated the whole incident as a case of suicide. He, along with his sister, helped in murdering his wife, Umra Anjum.
Reportedly, the couple came home on Monday night after attending the wedding of one of Anjum’s relatives in Gulbarga. The couple used to often fight over some or other issue, and this time, before going to the wedding, they argued over whether to attend the function or not.
The police officials, who came to know about the incident on Tuesday, said the couple continued fighting over the same issue even after coming back from the wedding. In a fit of rage, Rizvi, along with his sister, allegedly strangled Anjum using a scarf.
Both the accused hanged her body from the ceiling fan after she died and staged a case of suicide. The victim, however, lost her balance as the scarf snapped. Following this, the suspects shifted her body to Osmania General Hospital and sought to trick the doctors into believing the victim had committed suicide.
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Reportedly, the 18-year-old victim was married to an accused about a year ago. The accused, identified as Hasan Rizvi, worked as an auto driver.
After hearing his story, the doctors were skeptical about the situation and immediately informed the police, who took the body for a postmortem. After conducting an autopsy, doctors found that strangulation was the cause of death. A police officer detained Rizvi and his sister on Tuesday night.
The police have registered a case against the two under Section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
A similar incident took place a few days ago in Chennai when a 48-year-old man was arrested for brutally murdering his second wife and staging it as a suicide in Washermenpet.
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