JAIPUR: The murder of the accountant in Bagru last week planned by his wife and the man that she was in relationship with has unveiled startling revelations including the fact that the couple looked at YouTube videos to find the ideal way to kill the woman’s husband.
The two planned the murder during the lockdown as they were unable to meet. The two accused knew each other since 1998 and rekindled their relationship couple of years back. The accused admitted that they were inspired by television shows.
Suresh Sharma’s (43) body was found dumped on the roadside under Bagru police station area on Tuesday night. The deceased had multiple injuries on upper part of his body. Cops arrested his wife Kusum Sharma (35) and her paramour Puran Mahavar (40) who are currently in judicial custody. During interrogation, cops found that the two accused had known each other since 1998 when and after Kusum got married, they got in touch again through social media.
“Kusum and Puran rekindled their relationship and during the lockdown started planning Suresh’s murder. On the day of the incident, Puran called the victim and claimed that he had some information about Kusum. When Suresh reached the decided spot, Puran first thrashed him and then ran him over with his vehicle to ensure that he died,” said Brij Bhushan, SHO, Bagru police station.