one more #man, #poisoned & #Killed in an Indian #marriage

#MALE Doctor Found #dead in his room in mysterious circumstances. Family alleges being #poisoned by #wife for his #property. Even autopsy confirms of poison.
But police still not registering FIR, even after written complain by his brother
Via Times of India,Lucknow edition April 20th,2018

one more male killed by marriage

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This beautiful little 5 year old GIRL was brutally murdered by a woman eyeing her (kid’s) father (to remove an obstacle)

“….On March 24, at around 8 pm, 5-year-old Anjali was playing with her friends below her building Sai Darshan Apartment in Nalasopara. Her father, an autorickshaw driver, was at work while her mother was in the kitchen making dinner. CCTV footage from shops in the vicinity had shown a blurry image of a woman, first cajoling the children with chocolates, and then walking away with Anjali holding her hand….”

That abductor one Waghela, 22, was wanting to marry Anjali’s father, who refused to do so, because he was the father of a girl child

To remove that obstacle, Waghela kidnapped Anjali and brutally murdered her in a toilet

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Woman killed lover’s daughter for revenge

Cops say the 22-year-old accused saw the kid as an obstacle to her relationship as the girl’s father refused to marry her.

Two days after the body of a 5-year-old girl, who was abducted from Nalasopara, was found in a toilet at Navsari station in Gujarat, the Tulinj police have cracked the case and arrested the father’s girlfriend.

22-year-old Anita Waghela was charged with the kidnapping and murder of 5-year-old Anjali Saroj on Wednesday.

On March 24, at around 8 pm, 5-year-old Anjali was playing with her friends below her building Sai Darshan Apartment in Nalasopara. Her father, an autorickshaw driver, was at work while her mother was in the kitchen making dinner. CCTV footage from shops in the vicinity had shown a blurry image of a woman, first cajoling the children with chocolates, and then walking away with Anjali holding her hand.

According to the police’s investigations, Waghela, 22, and Anjali’s father Santosh Saroj, 28, had been in a relationship for the past seven years. It is unclear if they started seeing each other before or after Santosh’s wedding, but the police believe that the affair had been going on for the entire duration of his marriage of seven years at least. Waghela told the police that initially, Santosh promised to marry her, but lately, he had been putting off solemnising their relationship saying that it was impossible for him to do so now that he was a father. Waghela then started seeing little Anjali almost as an obstacle to her relationship.

On Saturday, Waghela, who lives in the same building as the Saroj family, abducted Anjali after luring her with candy. They took an auto to Virar and boarded a train to Vapi, Gujarat. Waghela then reportedly alighted at Navsari and strangulated Anjali in a urinal stall in a ladies’ toilet on platform No 1. She then came back home and pretended to help the family and cops in the investigation.

How she was caught

What piqued the police’s curiosity and landed Waghela on their radar was the fact that she wasn’t around until Monday evening. She showed up at her house only hours after Anjali’s body was found. The police then asked around and discovered the affair. Call data records of Waghela were examined which showed her location as Gujarat during the crime. When they called her in for questioning, she broke down and confessed the whole thing.

According to the police, Waghela has undergone two abortions.

Additional SP Raj Tilak Roushan said, “The accused and the father of the victim had an affair for the past 6 to 7 years. He had promised to marry her but then recanted. She was angry and wanted to teach him a lesson, so she killed his daughter.”

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Criminal #Female #gangs are looting men on Bengaluru streets; Law misuse is looting men all over INDIA !!

Female gangs are looting lonely men on Bengaluru streets

Updated Apr 04, 2017 | 21:55 IST | Bangalore Mirror
Female gangs are looting lonely men on Bengaluru streets

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It was a smile that 31-year-old N H Gowda does not want to remember, but cannot forget in a hurry.

The businessman was on his way to Indiranagar 12th Main after dropping some friends off at JB Nagar and Domlur. A woman smiled at him when his car had stopped at a traffic signal. She soon started making obscene gestures at him. Even while he tried to make some sense of what was happening, another woman got into the car, as the signal cleared.

Gowda asked the woman to get out of the car, but she hugged him and asked him for a kiss. She asked him to drive to a dark area. Unfazed, Gowda asked her to get down or be ready to face the police. She got down at Vth Main. Gowda thought this was the end of it, but only when he reached home, and started telling his wife about this incident, did he find out that he had not come out unscathed from the experience.

His 50-gm gold chain was missing.

Gowda’s is not a single incident. Of late, police have registered many such cases involving a gang of women, according to a report by the Bangalore Mirror

The gang is said to be on the prowl in Indiranagar, J B Nagar, Ulsoor and other areas. According to police, their targets are lone men travelling in cars or lone elderly men on their morning or evening walks. And their modus operandi is simple: Accost the target, threaten him with making a case of molestation and extort money from him. Fearing the hassles with such a case, their victims become easy prey.

The East division police have laid a (wo)manhunt for these gangs. Cases of cheating under section 420 of the Indian Penal Code have been lodged in the case of Gowda and a retired Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) official.

All the incidents occurred over the last fortnight.

“I was returning home after attending a relatives’s wedding in Hoskote. It was around 12.20 am. The entire episode happened in two to three minutes,” Gowda told BM.
After discovering his loss, Gowda and his brother came to the junction hoping to nab the accused. But the woman was nowhere to be seen.

“I filed a complaint with the Indiranagar police station. When the incident happened, a number of vehicles were on the road as there are many pubs, bar and restaurants and hotels nearby.

We even checked the footage of a few CCTVs at some pubs, but could not track her down,” Gowda added.

When Gowda talked about the incident to alert his friends about the issue, he came to know his friend had a similar experience too. A woman got into the latter’s car near Ulsoor and removed her T-shirt. She then threatened to scream if he did not pay her. When the man brought his wallet out to get money, the woman snatched it and his mobile phone and made a run for it.

Retired DRDO staffer Thomas KS , a resident of Murugeshpalya, was trapped by a woman while he was on his morning walk at Visvesvaraya Park in New Thippasandra. The 61-year-old would come to the park regularly after dropping his grandson to a montessori.

“I am pretty sure the woman had observed me for quite some time,” Thomas said.

He recalled the woman had a helmet on when she came and stood in front on him. “Identify me”, she said to Thomas. “Suspecting that it was somebody I know, I asked her to remove her helmet. All of a sudden she started yelling and asking me why I was staring at her.

“She threatened that she would make an issue out of it unless I gave her the money and gold I had with me,” Thomas told BM.

Thomas claimed he gave her Rs 3,000 in cash and a gold ring. He said he could not get help as nobody else was in the park. He has filed a complaint with the JB Nagar police.

“We have received a few complaints of men falling victims to such gangs. The victims are targeted at night. We suspect there could more such cases than the complaints as the victims may have refrained from complaining due to social stigma,” an officer who is part of the probe said.

“We are keeping a close watch on women found moving suspiciously at night. Women police personnel have been instructed to keep an eye out for them,” the officer said.