A heated argument took a gruesome turn as a husband allegedly murdered his wife over a delay in serving tea
NEW DELHI: In a tragic incident in Ghaziabad, a heated argument took a gruesome turn as a husband allegedly murdered his wife over a delay in serving tea on Wednesday.
The accused, identified as Dharmveer, reportedly stabbed his wife, Sundari, to death during the dispute. The incident unfolded at around 8 am at Fazalgarh village.
According to reports, dispute over the delay in serving tea escalated which led Dharmveer to attack Sundari with a sword-like weapon multiple times to her neck. Following the assault, he fled the scene, leaving the corpse of his wife behind.
The son of the deceased promptly reported the incident to the police, prompting their immediate response.
Upon reaching the crime scene, the police initiated the necessary procedure, sending Sundari’s body for post-mortem examination. Subsequently, a formal case was registered based on the complaint filed by the son.
The authorities swiftly launched a search operation, resulting in the arrest of Dharmveer in connection with the murder.
Modinagar ASP Gyan Prakash Rai provided insights into the tragic event, explaining that a dispute over tea had escalated to a fatal extent. According to Rai, Dharmveer attacked his wife from behind, using an old sharp weapon which was recovered from their residence.
“We received information about the murder of a 50-year-old woman in Fazalgarh village at around 8 am on December 19. The accused had killed her with a sharp weapon kept at home. A case has been registered under relevant sections on the complaint of the woman’s son, and the accused is being taken into custody for further legal proceedings,” stated a senior police official.
Investigations are still underway. Dharmveer is set to face severe legal consequences concerning the alleged crime if proven guilty.