Paramour kills man for objecting to adultery

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Paramour kills man for objecting to adultery

Wednesday, 28 November 2018 | Staff Reporter | GURUGRAM

A man was brutally murdered by his neighbour in Sector 83 of Gurugram after he objected to his relation with his wife on Monday.

The diseased identified as Vikram Yadav (30) who was attacked with a steel rod multiple times by his neighbour Ramesh Yadav alias Tinu near a roundabout in Sector 83 on Sunday evening. He succumbed to his injuries on Monday.

The victim was a driver with a senior doctor of Haryana Animal Husbandry Department in Gurugram and his wife Geeta is a teacher in Kendriya Vidyalaya and is posted outside Haryana.

Complainant Ramesh Kumar, elder brother of the victim, told the police that Vikram, his wife Geeta and two children lived in a two-storeyed house in Sikanderpur (Sector 85).

Kumar alleged in his police complaint that “The accused and Geeta had developed an illicit relation. He and his brother had objected to the relationship several times and tried to settle the issue, but failed”.

“The accused called my brother near a chowk in Sector 83 on Sunday evening and smashed his head multiple times in the middle of the road and fled the spot. Later the police informed him about the incident” Kumar mentioned in his complaint.

The victim was first rushed to a private hospital in Gurugram and later he was referred to AIIMS in Delhi where he succumbed on Monday.

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