Viral News

Hard To Trust Anyone : A Woman Was Killed By Her Live-In Partner In Mumbai

Taking your relationship to another level by moving in with your partner sound so romantic, right? Living with the person you love, spending day and night with them without being obliged to any official tags is just amazing. Isn’t it?

But what if your partner starts acting like a psychopath, what will be the consequences?

Recently in Mumbai, a 23 years old girl was killed by her live-in partner. This incident took place in Thane district, where a man hit his live-in partner on the head with a gas cylinder.

What has actually happened?

According to the police statement, the man (accused) doubted and accused the girl of cheating on him. This all started as a discussion but soon the guy lost his temper. He ended up hitting his girlfriend on her head with the LPG gas cylinder.

Also Read: Boy Staples 52 Cards On Himself To Go Viral

They were inside their residence at Golavli village in Dombivli. After hitting his girlfriend, instead of taking her to the hospital and apologizing for his action, the accused ran away from the crime scene.

What happened to the girl and the accused?

When neighbors came in to see what’s the matter, after hearing all the loud noises, they found the woman laying on the floor, unconscious. They immediately rushed her to the hospital and informed the police about the incident. She was identified as Jaishree Mojad, while the identity of the accused has not been revealed by the police yet.

Also Read: Gurugram: Woman Thrashed Toll Employee On Being Denied Free Passage

In Conclusion:

The culture of live-in is still not that popular. Indian parents are not accepting this foreign trend as they know something can go wrong anytime. Like it happened, in this case. This incident proves you can not trust people even if you think they are your own people.

On the other hand, the police have registered the case against the man under section 302 of IPC and are looking for the culprit.

But a woman lost her life in the name of love and there’s nothing that can be done to bring her back.
Facebook Comments
SHARE
RELATED POSTS
woman abuses traffic police
Being Abusive Won’t Gain Women The Power Of Existence! It’s The Ethics And Attitude That Matters
Hit Hard, Hist Fast And Hit With Precession: India Is Prepared with 140 Fighter Jets To Take Pulwama Revenge
new CM of goa
‘I Am What I Am Today Because of Manohar Parrikar’- Pramod Sawant Reveals His Plans For Goa As New CM