Jaisalmer: BSF jawan held for murdering wife


Jaisalmer: A Border Security Force (BSF) jawan positioned in Jaisalmer on Wednesday was detained for purportedly murdering wife four days back. Jodhpur police officials have also conveyed that, the BSP jawan was married six years ago and he along with his family was harassing wife for dowry.

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It is also alleged that the jawan also forced her to abort. Additional commissioner of police (ACP), west, Kamal Singh Tanwar also conveyed that, the departed Durga Kanwar, Jodhpur resident, married to Dasrath Singh in 2011. The departed’s brother Mohan Singh has filed a complaint in the police station in which he reported that Dasrath was harassing her for dowry.

Presently, Kamal reached to her parent’s house and Dasrath was forcing her parents to send her back soon. ACP further added that in the complaint that Dasrath reached Jodhpur on 15 days leave and on 22nd July took her wife back.

Throughout the journey, the car caught fire and both sustained slight burn grievance. The occurrence raised suspicion. It was conveyed following reaching home they had food and afterward Dasrath slept with his parents in drawing room, whereas his wife slept in her room.

At about 2.30am, husband and wife had a clash and he told his parents that kanwar’s health got worsened and when other people of the colony and her family associates arrived, she was found dead. ACP further added that family members of the departed informed the police.

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A case was filed under Section 304B and investigation commenced. When the post-mortem report stated that Kanwar died due to force on nose and mouth and killed of suffocation and there were nine grievance marks on her body.