Woman, Lover Cry Murder on TV, Held

Revelation in a TV show landed a 38-year-old woman and her paramour, a Revenue Inspector, behind bars for the murder of the woman’s husband in Villivakkam in July 2010.

Published: 01st May 2014 07:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st May 2014 07:56 AM   |  A+A-

Babykala; Gowrishankar; and Radakrishnan

Revelation in a TV show landed a 38-year-old woman and her paramour, a Revenue Inspector, behind bars for the murder of the woman’s husband in Villivakkam in July 2010. In an episode of Zee TV show Solvathellam Unmai aired on April 17 and 18, Babykala accused her 33-year-old paramour Gowrishankar of killing her husband Radakrishnan while Gowrishankar said it was Babykala who had instigated him to commit the crime. The duo was arrested after they confessed to have strangulated Babykala’s husband on July 17, 2010, when the latter was in an inebriated condition at his residence. At the time, the death was ruled as a case of heart attack.

Mother of two, Babykala, who is currently in another relationship with an armed reserve head constable Thambirajan, learnt that Gowrishankar’s marriage had been fixed with the daughter of retired judge. She consulted with her current lover and decided to call the TV show.

During the show, Babykala and Gowrishankar kept blaming each other. The show’s host, accusing Babykala of being a party to the act, decided to approach the police. Meanwhile, Kachana, mother of Radakrishnan, came to know the truth of her son’s death though the show and preferred a complaint post which Babykala and Gowrishankar were arrested.  



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