Jalna, October 30
Police have arrested two in-laws of a lady on prices of killing her and her accomplice, who had been crushed underneath a tractor in Jalna district of Maharashtra allegedly over an “illicit relationship”, an official stated on Friday.
The accused, Bathwell Sampat Lalzare and his son Vikas Lalzare, residents of Chapalgaon village underneath Ghansawangi tehsil, had been arrested on Thursday, stated Ambad police inspector Aniruddha Nandedkar.
Bathwell Lalzare is the father-in-law of the deceased girl Mariya, a widow, whereas Vikas Lalzare is her brother-in- legislation, he stated.
The police stated the 32-year-old Mariya Lalzare’s husband died 10 years in the past, and he or she lived along with her in-laws.
She was in a relationship with a married man, Harbak Bhagwat (27), a resident of the identical village, they stated.
Her in-laws opposed their relationship and threatened Bhagwat with dire penalties once they got here to learn about it, the police stated.
Bhagwat had filed a grievance on the Ambad police station and with the district SP in opposition to the father-son duo, and likewise claimed there was a risk to his life from them, they stated.
On March 30, Bhagwat and Mariya had eloped and reached Gujarat after which a lacking grievance was lodged with the police by her household, they stated.
On April 22, the police introduced them again from Gujarat and since then they had been residing collectively within the village, they stated.
On October 28, each had been headed on a motorbike to a close-by village to attend a programme when the accused Vikas Lalzare allegedly hit their motorcycle with the tractor and crushed them underneath the wheels, the police stated.
The wounded couple was rushed to a hospital, however they succumbed to accidents on the way in which, the police stated.
The spouse of Bhagwat accused Vikas Lalzare and his father of killing her husband and Mariya, they stated.
“We’ve got registered a case in opposition to Vikas and his father underneath IPC part 302 (homicide). Additional investigation is occurring,” stated inspector Nandedkar. PTI