HYDERABAD: A man allegedly killed a woman by stabbing her death. The woman was recognized as a 28-year-old hotel worker, Kavita, and was hacked to death by her husband at Begumpet on Tuesday evening.
Prior to this Kavita had worked as a house-keeper at Taj Vivanta and recently joined another hotel at Miyapur. Kavita left her in-law’s house at Old Customs Colony, Begumpet on November 5, due to problems with her husband Eswar, and went to her parents’ house at Miyapur.
A day after Kavita, a mother of three girls, went out, her relative Chandramma filed a complaint with the Begumpet police and a missing case was enlisted. On discovering that police were looking for her, Kavita went to the Begumpet police headquarters with her dad Satyanarayana and sibling Pavan and told the police that her better half went out and was staying with another lady.
Police then recorded the statement of Kavita and they additionally called her relative to the police headquarters, asking the latter to hand over the guardianship of Kavita’s three girls.
After the advising, Kavita, Satyanarayana and Pavan left the police headquarters and held up at Prakash Nagar transport stop to get a transport to Miyapur. “As they couldn’t get a transport for quite a while, the trio boarded an auto. As the vehicle was about to move, Eswar came there, hauled out Kavita and slitting her throat with a hacksaw,” representative official of police, North Zone, B Sumati said.
He additionally harmed Satyanarayana, a retired IDPL worker, and Pavan when they attempted to protect Kavita. She was proclaimed brought dead at KIMS.
Cops said that Kavita’s relative may have educated Eswar about what happened at the police headquarters, making it simple for him to find Kavita. Satyanarayana and Pavan were out of risk. Police propelled a manhunt to grab Eswar.