Wife kills husband for he wanted to give his sister a golden ring

A shocking case has come to light from Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh. A brother wanted to give an LED TV and a gold ring to his sister at her wedding. But this idea proved fatal for him. There was a dispute with the wife on this matter and it escalated to such an extent that the wife called her brothers from her maternal home. A group of people attacked the young man with sticks, attacking him badly. He was seriously injured and he didn’t survive on the way to the hospital. After the incident, the police took action by detaining five people including the wife and brother-in-law.

The incident revolves around Sahari Majre Jharsawa village in the jurisdiction of Baddupur police station. Pooja, the sister of 35-year-old Chandra Prakash Mishra from Jahan, was scheduled to get married on April 26th. Chandra Prakash was deeply involved in the wedding arrangements, intending to gift his sister an LED TV and a gold ring. But his wife Chhavi Mishra was opposing it. There was an argument between husband and wife regarding this. Meanwhile, the woman called four other people including her brother from her maternal home in Kadarabad under the Ramnagar police station area.

People from her maternal home started beating Chandra Prakash with sticks. In which he was seriously injured. Police reached the information and took Chandraprakash in critical condition to CHC Ghunghter, from where considering his critical condition, he was referred to District Hospital Barabanki. But he died before reaching the district hospital. After which the celebration of the marriage going on at home turned into mourning. According to the information, the deceased also has a one-year-old son Gopal.

On this matter, CO Fatehpur Dr. Binu Singh said that the wife was opposing giving LED TV at her sister-in-law’s wedding. There was a dispute regarding this and the young man lost his life. Five people, including the brother-in-law and wife of the deceased, are being detained and interrogated. This case is very shocking, a small dispute eclipsed the happiness of the family.

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