Published On : Thu, Apr 24th, 2014

Crime News : Nagpur Rural

Double lifer for double murder

The court of District and Sessions Judge, court no. 5, Mrs V P Ingle, has awarded double lifer for double murder to the accused Pradeep Raibhan Gaikwad, 46, a resident of  Udasa under section  302 of IPC. A fine of Rs 5000/ has also been imposed, failing to pay the fine the convict will have to undergo additional rigorous imprisonment of 1 year. Under section 323, 1 year imprisonment, Rs 200/ fine, and on failure to pay the fine additional imprisonment of 7 days RI. Under section  506, 1 year imprisonment, and fine of Rs 200/,and on failure to pay the fine imprisonment of 7 days RI. Under section  309 of IPC 1 year imprisonment and fine of Rs 200/ and on failure to pay the fine 7 days RI.

The brief facts of the case are- from 5th July, 2011 at 22 hrs to 6th July, 2011, 6 hrs the crime took place. The complainant Ankush Devidas Patil, aged 46 years, a resident of  Bhivapur Naka bypass road, Umred has reported the crime. The accused Pradeep Raibhan Gaikwad and one Suresh Motilal Gupta, 45 years had their houses facing each other. The wife of accused, Mayabai Pradeep Gaiwad had illicit relations with Suresh Gupta. After warning his wife many times, when she paid no heed, the accused killed his wife with iron pipe. Pradeep also injured Suresh with sharp knife while Suresh was asleep in his house. Pradeep also caused injuries to Sunil, son of Suresh who intervened in the matter. Pradeep giving wrong information to Maya’s sister that your sister Maya has been bitten by a snake, called her out of her house. When Maya’s sister Nandabai Bankar came out he also killed her with knife on the spot. When mother-in-law, Shantabai Devidas Patil tried to intervene Pradeep also inflicted injuries on her. She died during course of treatment. After that Pradeep consumed rat poison and jumped into a well and attempted suicide.

Umred police had registered offences under sections 302, 307. 309. 498A, 450, 506 of IPC and RW 4/25 Arms Act in crime no. 77/2011. Police inspector Madhukar Gite and police sub-inspector Dinesh Labde is investigated into the matter and put up the case before the court.

The prosecution was conducted by APP Vasant Narsapurkar and Adv S V Gaikwad held brief for the accused. Police sub-inspector R D Thakur assisted the prosecution in the legal work.

Housebreaking

As per complaint received from Suraj Bhikaram Shrawankar, aged 29 year, a resident of  Rajoli, on April 24 when he had gone out locking his house around 2-30 pm some unknown miscreants broke open chain of the back door and committed theft.

The incident occurred at Mauja Rajuri, 9 km from Aroli police station. As per complainant gold and silver ornaments valued at Rs 94,500/  and cash of Rs 4400/ totalling Rs 98,900/ were stolen.

On the complaint of Suraj Mouda police station have registered offence under section  457,380 of  IPC and further investigation is in progress. Police sub-inspector Gurnule is is investigating into the matter.

In a yet another incident under Mouda police station at a distance of 12 km from it at Teli Mangli house breaking took place on the intervening night between April 22 and 23. Some unknown persons broke the chain of kitchen of Suresh Zituli Sathwane’s house and have stolen gold and silver ornaments from almirah. The value of the ornaments  is Rs 91,000 and along with cash of Rs 40,000/ the cost comes to Rs 1,31,000.

On the complaint of Suresh Mouda police have registered offence under section  457, 380 of IPC Thana incharge Gaygole is is investigating into the matter.

Theft

An incident of theft took place at Mouda Shiwar 3 kms from Mouda police station on April 23, 2014, night. One Manikrao Govindrao Bhoyar, aged 57, a resident of  Mouda has complained that some unknown criminals broke into his farm storage house and stole five electric pumps valued at Rs 35,000/

On the report of the complainant Mouda police have registered offence under sections 461, 380 of IPC. Police sub-inspector Bhagwatkar is investigating into the matter.

Harassment for dowry

The incidence of harassment of married woman for dowry is reported from Medhala some 12 kms from police station Jalalkheda on April 23, 2014.  The complainant, Manisha Chandrashekhar Manekar has reported that she was married to Chandrashekhar Manekar, 28, a resident of Enwa. Some days after the marriage, accused no. 1) husband and three other acussed all resident of Enwa with common intention started harassing the complainant both physically and mentally for bringing dowry from her parents of Rs 25,000/. They threatened her that she can live with husband only if she brings dowry.

On the report of the complainant Jalalkheda police have registered offence under sections 498A and 34 of IPC. Police constable Ramchandra is investigating into the matter.