Army Major detained from Meerut for his alleged involvement in killing another Major’s wife

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New Delhi | June 24, 2018 3:52 PM

The accused had allegedly run a car over her face in order to make the incident appear as an accident, police said.

major wife death, major wife death update, army major, delhi cantt, indian army, major wife killing, india newsIndian Army Major has been detained from Meerut in Uttar Pradesh for his alleged involvement in the killing of another Army Major’s wife in Brar Square in the Delhi Cantonment area. (ANI)

An Indian Army Major has been detained from Meerut in Uttar Pradesh for his alleged involvement in the killing of another Army Major’s wife in west Delhi yesterday, a senior officer said. An officer, privy to the probe, said that the accused has been detained and is being questioned. The woman’s body was found with her throat slit near the Brar Square in the Delhi Cantonment area yesterday.

Initially, the police were informed that a woman had died in an accident. Later, when they inspected the body, it was found that her throat was slit, they said. The accused had allegedly run a car over her face in order to make the incident appear as an accident, police said. The woman was dropped at the Army Base Hospital in her husband’s official vehicle by a driver yesterday. Later, when he came back to pick her up, he could not find her and learnt that she did not attend her scheduled physiotherapy session.

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