'Jilted suitor' stabs college student to death in Aurangabad

An 18-year-old college student was brutally killed by a 'jilted suitor' on Saturday afternoon in the Maharashtra city of Aurangabad, police said.

PTIUpdated: Sunday, May 22, 2022, 09:28 AM IST
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An 18-year-old college student was brutally killed by a 'jilted suitor' on Saturday afternoon in the Maharashtra city of Aurangabad, police said.

The incident took place around near Deogiri College, said a police official.

Sharansingh Sethi, the accused, allegedly approached Sukhpreet Kaur alias Kashish (18) from behind and slit her throat while asking her, `why don't you love me,' he said.

While Sethi then fled from the spot, another girl who was with Kaur called police and took her to hospital. But she died during treatment, the official said.

Kaur was a student of Bachelor in Business Administration course at Deogiri College.

Police were looking for Sethi, and further probe is on, the official added.

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