A woman from Delhi has been apprehended by police who organised burglary at her own home to teach her husband a lesson. The couple were going through a troubled marriage. The police has also arrested a cousin of the woman who was accomplice in the crime.
The victim, Ravi, lived with family in southwest Delhi’s Gopal Nagar, located near Dwarka. He reported the theft of cash and jewellery from his house, after which an FIR was registered at Baba Haridas Nagar police station and a team formed to crack the case.
The incident took place between 2pm and 6pm on November 11.
During the investigation, officers scanned footage of CCTV camera in the vicinity of the house for clues and also mounted technical surveillance. The leads were analysed on the basis of probable time of incident. DCP (Dwarka) Shankar Chaudhary told TOI,
In this process, a suspicious person was spotted around the place of incident. He was tracked down through various cameras on the route and it was found that he had taken an auto from Najafgarh towards Dwarka mor.
The auto driver was subsequently traced and interrogated. He gave some leads. Meanwhile, technical surveillance and analysis of call detail records of the suspects revealed that the complainant’s wife was in touch with the suspect seen in the footage. The complainant also identified him as a relative of his wife. She was questioned as well, during which she allegedly confessed to the crime.
Accused Wife’s Confession
The accused woman told cops that she was not happy with her husband and in order to teach him a lesson, she hatched this plan along with her cousin, Giriraj Sharma. She called him on the day of incident and told him the timing when there would be no one present at home and also the location of all valuables.
Sharma then executed the burglary a day before Diwali. Sharma is a resident of Dausa, Rajasthan. Police have recovered Rs 78,300 in cash apart from gold jewellery from the accused.
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- Crime Has No Gender, but Laws are Gender Biased in India
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