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Crime Patrol: Wife, daughter of bank employee killed (Episode 701 on 26th Aug, 2016)

Double Murder in Kanpur, Cash, Jewellery Missing

On Wednesday evening, the wife and daughter of a treasurer in Reserve Bank of India were found murdered in their Awas Vikas Sector B residence in Hanspuram, Kanpur. The assailants had taken Rs 40,000 in cash and jewellery worth Rs 3 lakh. The bodies were discovered by Ram Murari Gupta, who had gone to work in the morning and returned home to find the main gate open.

Entering one room, he found the body of his daughter Chetna (30) on the ground, her hands were tied with a rope. The body of his wife Manju (52) was in the other room. Both appeared to have been strangled with a black dupatta. Gupta called up the police, who arrived at the scene and registered a case of murder and loot at the Naubasta police station.

The police suspect the involvement of a person known to the family, but no arrest has been made yet. Four teams have been formed to work on the case, and the police have contacted the neighbours and other locals to collect information about the people present in the vicinity on Wednesday. The ASP (Kanpur West), Mohit Gupta, said that "Prima facie it appears that someone known to the family was involved."

The investigation is ongoing, and the police have raided the residence of Gupta's son Vivek's wife Mani in Gujjaini and questioned her family over the double murder. Gupta and his family had been staying in the house for the last 10 years, and a dispute had begun in the family after Vivek's marriage. His in-laws had been provoking him against his own family, which led Vivek to stay away from them.

The tragedy has shocked the local community, and the police are working tirelessly to bring the culprits to justice. Anyone with information is urged to come forward and contact the police.


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