In a shocking incident, a Noida girl allegedly pushed her father off the third floor of the house to save her lover. The incident reportedly took place at Noida's sector 27 on Sunday morning when Vishwanath Sahu was sleeping at his residence.
In a shocking incident, a Noida girl allegedly pushed her father off the third floor of the house to save her lover. The incident reportedly took place at Noida’s sector 27 on Sunday morning when Vishwanath Sahu was sleeping at his residence. Around 4 am in the morning, he heard some noises from his daughter’s room. Sahu got up from his bed and opened the door of his daughter’s room, reportedly to find her in a compromising position with her lover. This led to a heated argument between the two parties, soon turning into a fight between girl’s father and alleged lover.
The fight turned physical and during the scuffle, the woman and her lover accidentally pushed Vishwanath, who in turn, fell off the stairs from the third floor of the house. Hearing the noises, Vishwanath’s wife woke up and found her husband lying on the floor with severe injuries. The man immediately was taken to the district hospital from where he was referred to Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi. However, he later succumbed to his injuries.
Vishwanath’s wife, Gayatri has already filed a complaint against her daughter and her alleged lover with the Sector-20 police station in Noida. Reacting to the complaint, police have arrested Pooja while her alleged lover, identified as Dharmendra, is on the run. Vishwanath used to work at a factory and was living with his daughter in Noida.
In a similar incident reported last week, a young man from Rajkot allegedly threw his mother off the roof of their apartment building and then pretended that he didn’t know about it. The boy identified as Sandeep Nathwani took his mother Jayshree Ben upstairs from where she fell off the terrace. One of the guards at the locality came to his house to inform him of the accident.
However, Sandeep, who is an assistant professor at Mody Pharmacy College in Rajkot, denied his involvement and claimed that he was not present at the terrace when the ‘accident’ took place.