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Two women, one paramour and a brutal killing: Cops crack Hyd

Press Trust of India  |  Hyderabad 

A soured extra-marital affair with a common paramour led to the brutal killing of a pregnant woman whose body parts were found stuffed in two gunny near the Botanical Garden here last month, according to police who unravelled the mystery by arresting three persons.

The 32-year-old victim, identified as Bingee alias Pinkee from Bihar, was eight months pregnant when she was killed.

Police identified the accused, including a woman, after analysing several CCTV footages and nabbed them yesterday from different locations in and Bihar, Cyberabad told reporters.

The accused are identified as Mamatha Jha (37), her husband (75), their son Jha (21)---all natives of Mohana Malti village in district in Bihar, he said, adding that another accused Vikas (35) is absconding.

"All the accused were staying at a rented house in Sherlingampally here for the past several months and the victim woman had joined them around 45 days ago," the said.

He said the woman's identity was established after a police team went to Mohona Malti village yesterday with her photo and enquired with villagers and subsequently her family members.

The deceased Pinkee belonged to a Scheduled Tribe.

As per investigation, she married one Dinesh in Chandausi town of district in around 13 years ago and the couple had three children.

"However, she later developed intimacy with and left her husband. In January, 2017, she returned to Mohana Malti village along with her paramour," the police said.

Meanwhile, developed intimacy with Mamatha Jha, one of the accused.

Shandilya said Jha wanted to get rid of the woman and sent to to her son Amarkanth, who was already been working there.

"Later, Mamatha Jha, along with her husband, came to and started living with in a rented house of her son," the said.

Meanwhile, Pinkee traced them in and started living with them.

However, Jha felt that the woman was a threat to her extra-marital affair with and also thought that she was a financial liability for them, the top said.

"Jha and then planned to kill the woman and got her husband involved," Shandilya said explaining a sequence of events.

As per the plan, Mamtha Jha and picked up a fight with the woman and the latter pushed her to the wall of the house, he said.

"Being pregnant, the woman collapsed instantly. Subsequently, all the accused kicked her and showered blows on her vital parts, leading to her death," Shandilya said, adding that the accused kept the woman's body in their house for one day.

However, as they wanted to destroy evidence and dispose of the body, bought an electric cutter on January 28 and with the help of chopped the body into pieces before stuffing the parts into two bags, he said.

"On the early hours of January 29, Mamatha Jha and brought the on a motorcycle and abandoned them near the Botanical Garden which was caught on CCTV cameras," the added.

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First Published: Tue, February 13 2018. 17:55 IST