Bhupendra Bhadoria, Gwalior. A shocking case has come to light in the district where a mother threw a three and a half year old child from the second floor. The crime has also been disclosed by the husband of the woman who is himself a policeman. On the complaint of the policeman husband, a case has been registered against the accused mother. At present, the accused mother has not been arrested by the police.
Dhyan Singh Rathore, a police constable living in Tara Mai Colony of Thatipur police station area, is posted in the CSP office. On the night of April 28, Dhyan Singh’s 3½ year old son Jatin died after falling from the roof. At that time, a possibility was expressed that the child might have fallen down due to walking from the roof. After some time Dhyan Singh’s wife used to get nervous while sleeping at night. A strange fear was haunting him. After all, she told her policeman husband that she had killed her child by pushing him off the roof. Dhyan Singh recorded the whole thing of his wife in his mobile and reached Thani Thatipur police station and narrated the incident.
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In fact, there is also a shop in Dhyan Singh’s house which his wife wanted to close. He pushed his child off the roof to get the shop closed. Police Station Thatipur has registered a case against the accused woman and today the police will inspect the spot to collect concrete evidence. Because neither the police has found the body nor the postmortem has happened. In such a situation, collecting evidence is a challenge for the police. As evidence, there is a recorded statement of the accused woman on her mobile.
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In another case, two sides fired over an old dispute. The accused uncle-nephews shot the woman. The woman Leela Batham died on the spot due to bullet injuries. There was a dispute between the two sides regarding the construction of a platform outside the house. The police have sent the dead body of Leela Batham to the post-mortem house. Police have arrested two accused who executed the incident, another accused is still absconding. The incident is of Shivhare Colony under Mohana police station area of Gwalior district. The police have registered a case against the accused and started investigation.
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