With “Unsatisfied Sexual Life With His Wife”, Husband Kills Woman, Sodomizes Her Dead Body

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New Delhi– A 26-year-old man was arrested for allegedly killing a woman in Delhi and sodomising her dead body, Delhi Police said on Monday.

The accused, identified as Aman Bisht, was apprehended from Jaipur and charged under the Indian Penal Code’s Sections 302 (punishment for murder) and 377 (unnatural offences – carnal intercourse against the order of nature).

On February 19, a call was received at the Burari police station, stating that a girl has been murdered at Kaushik Enclave in Burari area.

“As a police team reached the spot, the caller submitted that when she arrived at her home in the evening, she found a dead body of a girl lying on the floor of her bedroom,” Deputy Commissioner of Police Sagar Singh Kalsi said.

A crime team was called to examine the spot and take all evidence. The needle of suspicion was pointing towards her husband, Bisht as he was absconding.

During investigation, the accused’s location was traced to Jaipur after which a police team was deployed and he was apprehended there.

“From Jaipur, the accused Bisht was planning to flee to a safer location, possibly Nepal or somewhere in north India,” the DCP said.

It was learnt that the accused, under turmoil of a “unsatisfied sexual life with his wife”, found refuge in drugs and virility drugs. He was also irked as his friends taunted him over his “cold” married life and sought to use his closeness with the victim to satisfy his urges.

The interrogation revealed that on the day of the crime, Bisht brought the victim to his residence on the pretext of getting a saree for his wife. “After getting brushed off by her, the accused tried to overpower her and then in a fit of rage, used brute force on her neck, killing her in an instant,” the DCP told IANS, adding that he then allegedly sodomised her dead body.

There are traces of sexual act done by the accused for which the police are awaiting forensic test results. “Further investigation is on,” the DCP added. (IANS)



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