At a time when the murder of Shraddha Walker in Delhi has sent shockwaves across the country, we look at similar cases that have sent shockwaves across Rajasthan. We tell you in detail about the incidents of Jodhpur, Ajmer and Sodala. Firstly, the Jodhpur case – in this case, the woman chopped off her husband and threw his remains in the gutter. This case is of 2020, the woman, who was in a homosexual relationship, with the help of her two sisters, cut her husband, Assistant Agriculture Officer of Rajasthan Government, with an electric cutter.
The deceased Charan Singh alias Sushil was a resident of Merta town of Nagaur district of Rajasthan. He married a woman named Seema in 2013. For seven years of their marriage, Seema refused to move in with Charan Singh in his house in Jodhpur. He didn’t even let her come close to him. After this, Charan Singh started pressurizing his wife to come to her in-laws house, after which she conspired with her sisters. The husband of the woman was called to the house of one of her sisters, where he drugged her and then chopped off her hands and feet with an electric cutter, packed them in a polythene bag and threw them in a drain.
During interrogation, it was found that Seema had relations with many girls for a long time. When husband Charan Singh insisted on coming home, Seema did such an act. Charan Singh wanted to have an affair with his wife, but Seema refused. There was a lot of scuffle between the two on this matter. On August 10, Seema called Charan Singh at her sister’s rented house in Banad police station area. Here Seema’s sisters made her drink intoxicating juice and also injected her. Seema and her sisters did this heinous act after Charan Singh fell unconscious.
Jodhpur Police busted the sensational murder of this youth, whose body parts were found floating near a sewerage treatment plant in the city on August 12. The police arrested Seema, her two sisters and their common friend in connection with the murder. In fact, it was the local people who saw the mutilated body parts floating in different sewerage lines near the treatment plant. After this, the police registered a case of murder and started the investigation.
Seeing the seriousness of the matter, the police formed teams and gathered information about the missing people in the entire state. During investigation, the police found that Charan Singh Chowdhary was missing. Police also found the bike of the deceased near the spot. The police came to know that two girls had come and left the bike at the spot. On suspicion, the police started questioning the accused deceased’s wife and her sister-in-law in custody. Which showed that the couple did not have a good relationship since their marriage. The accused confessed to killing Charan Singh inside the house and chopping his body into pieces and throwing it in the sewer. The then DCP Dharmendra Singh Yadav told that the wife of the deceased was a lesbian and had relations with another woman.
In another case in 2005, one Nidhi beheaded her husband Bhawani Singh with the help of her lover in Kishangarh, Ajmer. According to the officials, she invited her husband to her home when her boyfriend was present. Here he beheaded him and took his head to the terrace and burnt it on a gas burner. The rest of the bones were later thrown into the Banas river, while his body was dumped on Deoli Road. After a thorough investigation, the police arrested her and her lover.
In 2013, Neeraj Singh was killed in Sodala and his head was thrown on the railway track. After interrogation, the police arrested his brother-in-law and his associates. When he was questioned, he said that Neeraj had slapped him after seeing him in an objectionable condition. So he killed her to avenge the slap.
Psychiatrist Alok Tripathi in Jaipur said that one should never let one’s family members feel alone, no matter what happens. Shraddha’s parents left her to fend for herself, which prompted the accused to kill her. Got the courage People should keep their loved ones close to them. People who commit such crimes are perverted, who are mentally ill. He does not understand the language of love.