Love triangle: Woman, lover arrested for killing husband in Hyderabad

The probe into murder of a man in the city has revealed the involvement of his wife, lover and a juvenile.

Published: 06th April 2018 04:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th April 2018 04:35 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: The probe into murder of a man in the city has revealed the involvement of his wife, lover and a juvenile. The deceased and his wife’s love happen to be cousins. Police said that the deceased had been reportedly distressed over the closeness between his wife and cousin. “ The man’s wife and her lover eliminated the man in order to continue their illicit affair,” police said.  

On Thursday, Saroornagar police arrested Nenavath Kavitha(24), Nenavath Suman(22) and a juvenile found in conflict with law. The juvenile was identified as Suman’s nephew.On April 1, Kavitha approached Saroornagar police and lodged a complaint that her husband got a call a day before and he left the house after having dinner. The same day her husband Nenavath Raju’s body was found at Gurramguda forest area in Vanasthalipuram with his legs tied. Nenavath Raju (30), a cook working at a hotel in Madannapet, was living with his wife N Kavitha and two sons in Saroornagar.

The police during probe identified that Raju was killed at his house and the body was taken to the outskirts and dumped later.  Based on the evidence, Raju’s cousin N Suman was caught and questioned, during which the role of his nephew and Kavitha surfaced. The police said Kavitha had an extra-marital affair with Suman for the last three years. On knowing this, Raju had beaten Kavitha several times and warned her. In order to get rid of him, Kavitha hatched the plan.

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