Parsudih Police Station Jamshedpur
A heart-wrenching incident has come to light from Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. Here a young man strangled his innocent son with his own hands. After the incident, the accused threw the body in the pond and said that his son has gone missing. When the police revealed the matter, it was revealed that the accused had illicit relations with a girl and his son was creating obstacles in this relationship. Therefore the accused has removed him from the way.
At present the police has arrested the accused and sent him to jail. According to the police, the accused wanted to kill his wife also, but he did not get the chance. The accused has been identified as Ajay Namta, a resident of Jamshedpur. He used to work as a contractor in a private company. While working, he came in contact with a girl. After this both of them had illicit relations. Ajay used to fight with his wife every day regarding this matter.
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Because of his wife and child, he could not meet his girlfriend despite trying many times. In such a situation, due to his insistence on bringing his girlfriend into the house, he decided to remove his wife and son from the way. In this sequence, two days ago, the accused strangled his two-year-old innocent son to death with his own hands and threw the body in the pond. After this, after returning home, they created a lot of ruckus saying that the child was missing.
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When the body was recovered the next day, the accused also pretended to cry a lot near the dead body of the child. However, on suspicion, when the police took him into custody and interrogated him, the accused confessed to his crime. After this, the accused’s wife Namrata has registered a case against him under relevant sections in Parsudih police station. The police arrested the accused and presented him in the court, from where he was sent to jail for 14 days judicial custody.