Sons shoot mother, her live-in partner

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    Sons shoot mother, her live-in partner - The Times of India

    LUCKNOW: A woman and her live-in partner were shot dead in Para on early Friday by her two sons. The accused were upset over the live-in relationship between their mother and her nephew.

    The deceased were identified as Jagdish Yadav, 45, a resident of Rukundipur in Taalkatora and Kamlesh Yadav, wife of Ganga Prasad.The police have arrested one killer, identified as Chandrabhan alias Chander Yadav and recovered a .315-bore country made pistol, an empty shell and two live cartridges from him. Chandrabhan's brother Kallu alias Surajbhan, who is the other accused, is absconding.

    Jagdish's father Chhedilal, who lodged a named FIR against his two nephews, stated that Jagdish, who was a bachelor, and Kamlesh fell in love. Jagdish used to live with Kamlesh in a rented house in Rukundipur locality.About a year ago, Jagdish got constructed a house in Para moved in with Kamlesh. But this made Kamlesh's sons Surajbhan and Chandrabhan angry.

    Owing to this enmity, Surajbhan and Chandrabhan and hatched a conspiracy to eliminate Kamlesh and Jagdish. They entered Jagdish's house by climbing the wall and went to the room where Jagdish and Kamlesh were sleeping.Chhedilal alleged Surajbhan and Chandrabhan shot at Jagdish and Kamlesh from point-blank range. The bullets pierced through their heads. Hunt is on for Surajbhan.

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    Jolly good show.

    Indian way of life upheld as some would claim.

    Must however pay for the crime would also be the refrain.
     

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