Fed up of taking care of ailments, meeting expenses
STATE TIMES NEWS Jammu: Fed up of taking care of her bed ridden husband and meeting the expenses spend on his ailment, an elderly woman murdered him, claimed Jammu Police here on Tuesday. “On January 9, one complainant namely Subash Kumari of Sector No 4, Extension Sanjay Nagar, Digiana Jammu (native village Bishnah) along with her son-in-law Sahil Gupta and other neighbours of Sanjay Nagar, Digiana lodged a complaint at Police Post Digiana wherein she alleged that some unknown person(s) with mask entered the house and murdered her husband namely Sudesh Gupta, 67 and looted Rs 50,000 cash,” Tejinder Singh, SSP Jammu told reporters. He said that a case was registered and investigation started and during the course of investigation, different evidences were collected and analysed by the team of officers led by the SDPO City South, Dr Sunniya Wani and Station House Officer, Police Station Gandhi Nagar, Inspector Sunil Singh Jasrotia. “The leads pointed towards the wife of the victim namely Subash Kumari, 76 and when put to sustained questioning, she admitted that she had killed her husband by throttling him,” said the SSP. He further asserted the accused lady admitted that she killed her paralytic husband as she got frustrated due to his continuous ailment and the expenses on his treatment. “She had recently sold her residential house of Sanjay Nagar near Deva Palace to one Kulbir Singh of Rajouri for Rs 31 lakh and the expenses of treatment were taking heavy share of this amount,” said Singh and added that Rs 28 lakh Fixed Deposit on her name by the husband was also disclosed by her was also among one of the reasons behind this extreme step.
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