MP man will get life sentence for murdering father-in-law | Jaipur Information


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KOTA: A 40-year-old man from Madhya Pradesh has been sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering his 55-year-old father-in-law by a court docket right here at Bhawanimandi city of Jhalawar district on Tuesday. The court docket additionally imposed a penalty of Rs 10,000 on the convict. The assertion of 14-year-old granddaughter of the deceased performed a decisive position in his conviction.
The decision was delivered by extra district decide (ADJ) Prabhat Agarawal. Assistant public prosecutor Lokesh Gupta stated Bhanwar Singh, a resident of Sitamau police station space of Mandsour district in MP, was discovered responsible of murdering his father-in-law Jorawar Singh, a resident of Nipaniyajhala village below Gangdhar police station of Jhalawar.
Gupta stated Bhanwar stabbed his father-in-law to demise whereas he was sleeping on the night time of March 29, 2017. A homicide case below Part 302 of IPC was lodged in opposition to Bhanwar in Gangdhar police station. Bhanwar was not in amicable relationship together with his spouse Meimkanwar and would often topic her to torture and thrashing following which she left his husband’s home in MP and began dwelling along with her two kids at her father’s home in Nipaniyajhala village, he stated.
Gupta stated on the night time of March 29, 2017, the convict secretly entered into his in-laws home killed Jorawar. The granddaughter of the deceased was asleep in the identical room and he or she witnessed the crime. Throughout trial, her assertion performed a decisive position in his conviction. Statements of no less than 17 witnesses had been recorded through the trial. The convict was arrested in 2017 and had been in jail below judicial custody since then, he stated.


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