Mohali: Wife murders husband, enfold body into suitcase; detained


MOHALI: A woman brutally gunned down her 39-year-old husband with 9mm pistol on Saturday at their own house that was situated at Phase 3B1 of Punjab.  The reports revealed that the accused packed his body in a suitcase and was trying to throw it on Sunday.

The deceased was a property dealer and his name has been revealed as Ekam Singh Dhillon. Few days back, the son of human rights activist Jaspal Singh Dhillon was recovered in the suitcase outside his home in the boot of his BMW car. The spouse Sirat Kaur is the niece of Congress MLA from Sardulgarh Ajit Inder Singh Mofer, who lost the Vidhan Sabha elections.

DSL Alam Vijay affirmed, “Sirat agreed that she killed her husband, but she was assisted by someone else.”

The police officials disclosed that Sirat and another woman made an attempt to keep the bag in the boot of the BMW car. They even told two auto-rickshaw drivers to help them. Later, he preserved his dead body on the suitcase inside BMW car. She rushed from the spot and informed the police from near the gurdwara of Phase 3B1.

The case has been filed against Sirat’s mother Jaswinder Kaur and brother Vinay Partap Singh under sections 34, 201, and 302 of the Indian Penal Code.

Relatives said Ekam had come to meet his dad around 9pm on Sunday and was tense. “As he was under some weight, his dad requesting that he eat. At the point when Jaspal went to get a telephone call, Ekam left,” they included. He achieved his home on the principal floor around 9.45pm. Till midnight, both a couple sat tight for their two kids, 11-year-old child Gurnawaz and five-year-old little girl Humaira, to go to rest. The two then began contending. Around 12,30 am Gurnawaz heard a boisterous commotion from one of the rooms. Before long, a unidentified individual moved toward the children and requesting that they rest while closing the entryway of their room.

Sirat supposedly shot from a point empty shell run at Ekam, with the slug turning out from the left sanctuary, police said.

Sirat hauled out a bag around 3.5 feet long and expansiveness and stuffed the body inside it. She alongside two others likewise cleaned the bloodstains from the house, police said. They had chosen to discard the body in the morning yet the call of the frightened auto driver spoilt their arrangements.

A police official including DSP Alam Vijay Singh and SHO Baljinder Singh reached to the spot to investigate the matter. They seized the murder weapon from the spot which was placed in a cupboard and two magazines.