BHOPAL: Two cases of unnatural death were reported in the city on Monday. In the first incident, a 25-year-old woman committed suicide by hanging self from ceiling fan following dispute with her husband during the intervening night of Sunday and Monday.
TI Hanumanganj Bhupendra Singh said deceased was identified as Sharda (25), wife of Badri Bairagi, a resident of Sanjay Nagar in Irani Dera area. In another incident reported at Aishbagh police station a 32-year-old woman was set ablaze by her husband after a quarrel between the couple on Monday afternoon. The woman sustained severe burn injuries and was rushed to Hamidia hospital in critical condition.
The case of the missing necklace
Gold necklace of a 59-year-old woman which she took for repairing at a jeweller’s shop was stolen from a jewellers shop within the limits of TT Nagar police station on Monday. Later following the complaint of victim woman, the police have registered a case under section 379 of the IPC and started further investigation in the case. According to TT Nagar police, the victim Susheela (57), wife of Rajendra Kumar Agrawal resides at Aakriti Garden in Nehru Nagar area. In her complaint she told police that she went to jewellery shop of Dileep Jauhry for getting her golden necklace repaired.
After its repairing work, the shop owner told her that employees kept her golden necklace inside the bag following which she left the shop and reached her house. Later when she opened her bag, she was shocked to see that gold necklace worth Rs 50,000 was missing.
Abu Faisal accomplice gets bail
A special court in Bhopal on Monday granted bail to key SIMI leader Abu Faizal’s accomplice Mahtab who has been convicted under the Arms Act.
Additional Sessions Judge B S Bhadoria ordered that Mahtab be released on bail after he has furnished a personal bond of Rs 25000 and security deposit of an equal amount.
The court had on October 31 sentenced Mahtab to three-year imprisonment for aiding Faizal to kill Sitaram Yadav in Khandwa district, after finding him guilty under Arms Act for supplying the weapon.