Jammu Kashmir Cop Arrested: A police officer from Jammu and Kashmir and his mother are accused of murdering his wife and tampering with the evidence to escape arrest. The two were arrested on Monday.
The accused man is identified as Irfan Manhas who is a constable working with the Indian Reserve Police Battalion in Srinagar. He is accused of murdering his wife, a 36-year-old Shahnaz Akhter at Keri Gulatta village last week with the help of his mother. The woman’s body was found within 100 m of the house with visible marks of injuries on August 24.
Z A Jaffri who is Sub-Divisional Police Officer (SDPO) of Mendhar said, “The blind murder case was solved within a week with the arrest of the husband and the mother-in-law of the deceased.”
The police official also said that the accused were zeroed down with the help of an 11-member police team. According to the reports, the accused carried out the murder in a very well-planned manner. They reportedly tampered with the evidence in order to escape the arrest.
The couple had three daughters and a son. According to reports, the family was going through a rough patch over a dispute. The accused constable allegedly strangled his wife to death with the active support of his mother after he came home at 12 midnight. He then left her body away from his house to avoided suspicion.
In a Hyderabad horror incident, a man allegedly wheeled out a body in a suitcase and was caught on the security cameras as he exited the premises. Bhuvaneswari, a Hyderabad techie reportedly went missing on June 23. her remains were found a few days later in 90% burnt form.
The accused man, her husband, is identified as Maramreddy Sreekanth Reddy. He was caught on a camera wheeling out a large suitcase with which he was struggling to move. The accused man had his 18-month-old daughter in one hand.