Husband caught from crime scene recreation, had murdered wife on suspicion of character

Raigarh. Kapu police has arrested the murder accused and sent him on remand. In fact, yesterday morning of 27/05/2024, police station incharge Kapu received information about the suspicious death of a woman in village Dagbhaina (Taylorpara) under police station Kapu area. Immediately, police station incharge Kapu reached the spot with his staff. Where Ram Kumar Korwa (45 years) of the village told that his cousin Ratiya Korwa is absconding after beating him with a stick and killing his wife Lalita Korwa. Kapu police team traced the accused Ratiya Korwa in the village and brought him into custody and brought him to the police station.

Regarding the incident, reporter Ram Kumar Korwa told that his cousin Ratiya Korwa had gone to jail about 12 years ago after killing his younger brother Demu Ram Korwa, after serving his sentence, returned home about 02 years ago. After coming home, Ratia Korwa always started quarreling with his wife Lalita, doubting her character. On 26th May, there was a wedding of Ratia Korwa’s real niece in the village. Both Ratia Korwa and Lalita Korwa did not attend the wedding and were at home. Meanwhile, Ratiya Korwa, doubting the character of his wife Lalita, beat Lalita with a bahanga kept in the house and a stick, due to which she died. On the report, APC was registered against accused Ratia Korwa. 67/2024, under section 302 IPC, accused Ratia Korwa, father Nanhi Ram Korwa, age 40 years, Sakin Dagbhauna (Taylorpara) police station Kapu district Raigarh was arrested. On the instructions of Superintendent of Police Mr. Divyang Kumar Patel, DSP Abhinav Upadhyay, who reached Kapu for investigation, took the accused to the crime scene and got the crime scene recreation done. During this time, on the memorandum of the accused, the police have seized the Kari wooden stick and Sarai wooden stick used in the murder and other important evidence. The accused has been sent on remand today for the crime of murder.

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