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Police cracks blind murder case, accused arrested
1/10/2023 10:20:50 PM
Early Times Report
SRINAGAR, Jan 10: Awantipora Police on Tuesday claimed to have solved a blind murder case by arresting the accused person involved in the murder of his sister-in-law in Pampore area of south Kashmir within 24 hours.
Police said on January 8, 2023 at around 1730 hours, Awantipora police received information that body of a 40-year-old Rozi Jaan, wife of Muzafar Ahmad Ganie, resident of Kadlabal Pampore was brought to Sub District Hospital (SDH) Pampore by her in-laws.
Since the cause of her death Prima facie appeared to be suspicious, accordingly, Pampore police after completion of medico legal procedure initiated inquest proceedings to ascertain the cause of death.
Keeping in view the sensitivity of the case, a special investigating team was constituted by Awantipora police and investigation was promptly set into motion during which several family members including the husband of the deceased were called for questioning.
The special investigating team zeroed in on one Altaf Ahmed Ganie the brother-in-law of the deceased who confessed about his involvement in the murder of the lady, police said and added he also disclosed that since his sister-in-law was alone at home and he took the advantage of her loneliness and tried to exploit her sexually. However the deceased strongly resisted this and then raised a hue and cry.
The accused firstly tried to pacify her but when she continuously called for help, the frustrated accused strangled her to death and fled the spot.
During the course of investigation, Police said, it also came to fore that at around 1700 hrs, 11-year-old daughter of the deceased came back to her home and after seeing her mother apparently dead, she called for help. Thereafter some of the neighbours including the accused came and took the lady to hospital where doctors declared her brought dead.
The accused, Altaf, 44 years old is a driver by profession who is unmarried and is living separately in the same house and accompanied the people when the dead body was being taken to the hospital so that no one would suspect his involvement in the murder.
A case under relevant sections of law already stands registered in Police Station Pampore and the accused has been arrested. Investigation of the case is going on, police added.
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