Indian Man kills Mother for opposing Relationship with Cousin

An Indian man from Maharashtra killed his mother after she found out about his relationship with his married cousin and was against it.

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police became suspicious as they saw no signs of bruising.

An Indian man has been arrested for killing his mother after she opposed his relationship with his married cousin.

His cousin has also been arrested for her involvement in the murder.

The incident happened in the city of Bhiwandi, Maharashtra.

Officers identified the perpetrators as 29-year-old Krishna Yadav and his cousin Babita Yadav, aged 30.

The matter came to light when police were alerted to calls that a 58-year-old woman was assaulted by thieves, resulting in her death.

Officers turned up at the house where they discovered the woman’s body.

The body was examined and injury marks were found around the victim’s neck. There were also bruises on her forehead.

When police questioned Krishna, he claimed that a group of men tried to rob him near the house.

He said that when his mother tried to intervene, she was brutally beaten. Krishna also said that he was punched, knocking him out.

But police became suspicious as they saw no signs of bruising on his face.

As a result, they began speaking to some of the locals. Officers found out that the Indian man was having an incestuous relationship with his married cousin Babita Yadav.

When police brought up the relationship with Krishna, he admitted to killing his mother with the help of his lover.

Senior police inspector Madan Ballal, of Narpoli Police Station, said that Krishna attacked his mother while she was sleeping.

He explained: “While victim Amravati Yadav was sleeping, the accused and his cousin entered her room and strangled her with a belt and killed her.

“After that, they kept the body of the woman in the closet of the room.”

“The accused then jumped out of the building and directed his cousin to throw the body out of the building.

“Meanwhile, his father arrived on the spot after which the accused pretended to be unconscious.

“His father and younger brother then brought the body of the woman back into the house.

“When his father asked him about the incident, he said that a group of thieves had beaten and robbed them and his mother was attacked during the argument.”

A police case was registered under sections 34 and 302 of the Indian Penal Code based on a formal complaint filed by the victim’s brother Jagdish Yadav.

The two perpetrators have also been arrested.

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