The dead body of the married woman kept in the car for seven hours after the post-mortem

Jagran Correspondent, Firozabad: The dead body of a married woman resident of Yadav Nagar in the city was found hanging in her room on Sunday night. After the post-mortem, his body was kept in the car for seven hours. There was a dispute between the maternal and in-laws’ side over taking the dead body. A case of murder was registered in the evening. In the end, the maternal side took the dead body.

Anshul Yadav, a resident of Khadkauli village of Etawah, told that his sister Sunita (28) was married in 2012 with Harishankar Yadav, a resident of Yadav Nagar. After a few months of marriage, the in-laws started harassing Sunita for demanding additional dowry. On Monday, there was the original worship program of the nephew in Khadkauli. He had come to Yadav Nagar on Sunday to pick up Sunita, but the in-laws did not send Sunita away, abusing and beating her back.

It is alleged that later the in-laws beat and killed Sunita and hanged the dead body. When the people of the maternal side reached Yadav Nagar on information from husband Harishankar, the body was found kept outside the house. The post-mortem of the body was conducted on Monday. Some of his relatives who came from the in-laws’ side in the morning wanted to take the dead body for the last rites, while the people of the maternal side were protesting. They said that they would take the dead body to Etawah. Later, the people of the maternal side refused to take the dead body. During this, the body was kept in the car outside the post-mortem house. At seven o’clock in the evening, the people of the maternal side took the dead body. The deceased was the mother of a one and a half year old girl. – Murder case registered against them-

Inspector North Sanjeev Dubey said that in the case, the father of the deceased has filed a murder case against husband Harishankar, mother-in-law Srivanshree, Devar Omshankar, Prem Shankar, sister-in-law Sangeeta and Geeta. The search is on for the accused.

Edited By: Jagran