The daughter-in-law beat the mother-in-law to death with a frying pan: the accused was troubled by her illness; After the funeral, the son saw the CCTV and came to know

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A surprising case has come to light in Delhi’s Neb Sarai area. A 48-year-old woman, troubled by her mother-in-law’s illness, killed her. This was revealed from the CCTV footage 12 days after the murder. Police claimed that the woman’s mother-in-law was ill for a long time. He had to be taken care of. The woman has been arrested.

The name of the son of the deceased woman is Surjeet Som. He has been living in Delhi since 2014 with daughter-in-law Sarmishtha and daughter. Mother lived in West Bengal. Due to ill health, he was brought to Delhi in 2022 and got a house on rent in front of his flat.

Police found dead elderly man lying in the kitchen
This incident is of 28 April. In fact, that day a person had informed the police that his friend’s mother had collapsed in her flat and was in a critical condition. When the police reached the spot, they found the woman’s mother-in-law lying in the kitchen.

Police started investigation. The postmortem revealed that the injury marks on the body were not due to a fall in the house. There were 14 injury marks on the body.

When the daughter was questioned, there was doubt, then the matter came to light

  • Surjeet’s daughter told the police that her mother did not like her grandmother. Surjeet also told this thing to the police. Surjit told that before getting information about the incident, he had taken out the memory card installed in the CCTV from the room.
  • After the mother’s funeral, it was seen in the footage that at around 10:30 am on April 28, Sarmishtha went to the mother’s flat with a frying pan. After this she went with her mother-in-law to a place where there was no CCTV coverage. Saramishtha hit her mother-in-law several times on the head. At the same time, the police said that the crying sound of the elderly woman was heard in the recording.

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