Published On : Sat, Apr 26th, 2014

Newly wed woman found dead on Godhani railway line; Parents suspect her brother-in-law


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Sensation prevailed around Somwari quarters area under Sakkardara police station when a 23 year old recently married woman of this locality was found dead on railway line near Godhani railway station here. The woman identified as Durga hailed from Warud in Amravati district. She was married about 4 months ago to Deepak Ingalkar of Somwari quarters. After the marriage, the girl had visited her parents only once during last Holi festival. Though she had never complained about any problem at her in-law’s place to her parents, she did inform that her brother-in-law often accompany girls to their residence. She said even warned her brother in law to stay away from such habit.

Durga’s parents have cast aspersion over the motive of her brother-in-law. They alleged that Durga was likely to reveal her husband’s brother’s misdeeds and so her in-laws silenced her this way. They further said that  as Durga was new to Nagpur, she could not have reached as far as Godhani on her own. Then how her dead body could be recovered from there.

Husband of Durga’s sister told that on Monday evening Ingalkar family had informed him on phone that Durga was missing from her in-laws place. Later Durga’s family reached Nagpur in search of her. When they could not trace her, a missing complaint was filed at Sakkardara police station. On Thursday morning, Durga’s husband informed her parents that Durga’s dead body has been recovered from Godhani railway line. Police have send her body to Mayo hospital for post mortem.

It can be mentioned here that at the time of marriage Durga’s in-laws hid the profession of their son. They informed that their son (Durga’s husband) was an electrician, but he was actually a sweeper at the railway station.  The preliminary report had suggested only accidental death but a detailed post mortem report which will be available after some 15 days would ascertain the real cause of Durga’s death.