Four brothers of girlfriend kill boyfriend, as he was from a different caste

In shocking news, a staff of Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG), Mumbai was found brutally murdered and buried inside a sugarcane field in UP’s Muzaffarnagar on Thursday, a day after the victim’s wife immediately lodged an abduction case against her four brothers doubting their act regarding her ‘missing husband’.

Manoj Sharma (29) and Sonia (26) fell in love with each other and got married three years ago, regardless of the objection from each family which were completely against their relationship as they both families belonged to different castes.

As per the information by the police, Manoj and Sonia stumbled upon each other around four years ago during coaching classes in Muzaffarnagar. Then, they shifted to Mumbai in search of jobs and finally got married there to start new innings together.

Very soon, Manoj was selected to work as data entry operator at the CAG office in Mumbai itself, while Sonia, on the other hand, also cleared a state government exam and was recruited as Lekhpal (bookkeeper) in UP’s Shamli’s district.

Manoj, one day, decided to visit his in-laws’ house in Kuthba village of Muzaffarnagar where he reached the village on Tuesday. But on the next day, when Manoj wanted to leave for his parental home located in Gangnauli village of neighbouring Baghpat district, Sonia’s four brothers also accompanied him.

As per the police sources, Manoj did not arrive home till Wednesday night having left the home on the previous day. Sonia’s brothers too did not return, which created some suspicion for Sonia. So, she left for her in-laws’ home in Baghpat and registered an FIR against her four brothers.

Her worst nightmares became true when, after a long search operation, local police discovered Manoj’s body buried inside a sugarcane field near Kuthba village. Senior superintendent of police (SSP) Sudhir Kumar told TOI, “An FIR of Manoj’s kidnapping was registered on Wednesday.

During a search drive, his body was recovered from a sugarcane field. We have arrested one of the accused while raids are on to nab the other three brothers.” As per the sources, Manoj was transferred to CAG office in the national capital region and desired to join the new office after visiting his in-laws’ house.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.