Patna Crime News: A quarrel in Patna that began as a domestic dispute ended in the painful deaths of husband and wife. Following this heartbreaking incident, in which the police recovered the dead body from the house, the husband’s body was discovered on the railway track. The incident was caused by a domestic dispute, according to the deceased’s father.
Patna. Following the murder of his wife in a domestic dispute, the husband committed suicide by jumping in front of a train, leaving his entire family shattered. Masaudhi, a town near Patna, was the scene of a murder and suicide. This heartbreaking incident occurred in Gopalpur Mathia village, Masaudhi police station area, and the quarrel, which began as a domestic dispute, resulted in the painful deaths of both husband and wife.
According to the police, an enraged husband strangled his wife to death in Masaudhi police station’s Gopalpur Mathia village, then jumped in front of a train near Tineri halt on the Patna-Gaya railway line, killing himself on the spot. Went. As soon as news of the incident reached the area, it sparked outrage, and an influx of people came to see the bodies of the husband and wife. Rekha Kumari, daughter of Deen Prasad, was a resident of Musati Chak village in the Parsbigha police station area of Jehanabad district, and Mithilesh Kumar, son of late Girija Prasad, was a resident of Gopalpur Mathia village in the Masaudhi police station area.
3 years ago, I married
Following the incident, there is a mournful atmosphere among family members, and the area remains a topic of discussion. Both of them were married three years ago, according to Deen Prasad, the deceased’s father. Each of them has a daughter. My daughter had complained to us after a few days of marriage that her husband used to beat her up. There was a fight between the two a few days ago, and we had come after persuading them both.
According to the deceased’s father, Mithilesh Kumar strangled his wife and then committed suicide by being hit by a train on the Patna-Gaya railway line on Tuesday. The Masaudhi police brought Rekha Devi’s body to the police station and husband Mithilesh Kumar’s body to the Taregana Railway Police GRP station after receiving information about the incident. The bodies were then taken to a morgue for an autopsy.