New Delhi: A 65-year-old man allegedly slit the throat of his daughter-in-regulation following a controversy over solving a bulb at their house in relevant Delhi’s Paharganj, police stated Tuesday. They said the deceased had been diagnosed as 33-year-old Neeraj, a homemaker. According to the police, the incident occurred on Tuesday night time. An argument broke out between the woman and her father-in-regulation Bhagatram (sixty-five), over fixing a bulb inside the house.
The girl allegedly eliminated the bulb initially fixed via her father-in-law. An argument ensued over it. Later, while her father-in-regulation changed into having dinner with his wife, she insisted on having dinner with them. Police stated he did not need to have dinner with her.
The girl regularly had fights with her in-laws over her husband, who has rarely visited them within the remaining seven years. On Tuesday night, however, the difficulty over solving the bulb and dinner escalated further, leading to an altercation that caused the homicide, a senior police officer stated.
During interrogation, the father-in-regulation instructed police that he was having dinner, and while she came there, an argument broke out between them. She had a kitchen knife together with her. To avoid any untoward incident, he tried snatching the knife from her; however, he ended up slitting her throat, the officer said. The officer said the woman was rushed to a nearby clinic and declared lifeless.
He said they are looking to affirm the collection of occasions. After the incident, Bhagatram went to the police station and narrated the incident the officer got. The woman began staying with her in-laws and 10-year-old son in Paharganj while her husband resided one after the other for the closing seven years. The husband lives in Gurugram, where he works in a private electricity firm. The couple fought frequently and had compatibility issues. The couple has been involved in a divorce conflict, and the lady has also filed a domestic violence case against her husband. He has been giving maintenance to the female for the last seven years, police said.