POSTED ON JANUARY 28, 2023
A Dalit woman working in people’s homes was ambushed and killed on her way. After all, what is the reason behind the incident. Will CCTV footage reveal the murder mystery?
Paras Goyal/Meerut: There was a stir in Meerut on Thursday after a Dalit woman was stabbed to death in broad daylight. Where in the middle of the road, the miscreants carried out the brutal murder of the woman by stabbing her. After carrying out the murder incident, the accused miscreants fled from the spot.
In fact, the whole matter is related to Mau Khas of Mundali police station area of Meerut, where a woman named Babita, who works in houses, was going towards her house from the bus stop, when some bike-borne miscreants stopped the woman and stabbed her to death. After which the relatives of the deceased woman created ruckus for hours by keeping the dead body in the middle of the road.
Family created ruckus
The police who reached the spot somehow explained to the family members and took the dead body into custody and sent it for postmortem. If police officers are to be believed, investigation is being done on the basis of CCTV footage. Soon the accused will be arrested.
Mother’s shadow raised from the heads of innocent children
It is being told that Babita, a resident of Mundali police station of Moukhas, was returning home after working in people’s homes. Meanwhile, on the way, the miscreants stabbed him to death. For a long time the woman was lying on the road covered in blood. After executing the incident, the miscreants fled from the spot. Later, on the information of the passers-by, the police station reached the spot. The woman was taken to the hospital for treatment. Where the doctor declared him dead. The relatives are in bad condition by crying. The woman has 3 children, husband Ramesh works as a laborer.
It is feared that the murder was committed by someone who knew the time and route of Babita’s movement. Babita’s Reiki was being done before the incident.
Courtesy: Zee News
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