It is important for people to respect the institution of marriage and families, including the married persons themselves. In a complicated love (or rather ‘lust’) quadrangle, a youth was killed.
Youth killed over love quadrangle
5 Jan 2009
NAGPUR: A crime of passion claimed a youth in the city in the wee hours of Sunday as the clash over a love triangle turned ugly. Two youths,both romantically linked with a married woman, and their accomplices clashed, resulting in the death of friend of one of the suitors on Amravati Road near Law College square when it was still dark.
The victim, 27-year-old Rakesh Kataria, is learnt to have criminal record in Sitabuldi police station. He was hacked to death with a chopper by accused Sagar Hiranwar, Golu, Vijay Thapa and others. Akhilesh Mishra, 21, one of the victims of the quarrrel, too sustained grave injuries but is stated to be out of danger at a private hospital in Sadar. Mishra was residing in the servant quarters of Nag Bhavan while Kataria in the slums behind MLA hostel. Golu Thapa was a resident of university hostel while Vijay lived behind the campus in the Sanjay Gandhi Nagar slums.
Police said that an illicit affair with Sonam (name changed) started the clash. Mishra, a sales executive with a private firm, had an affair with her. Police said that the relationship ended after Sonam got married to a man in her native village. She was working at a beauty parlour as an apprentice and stayed in the city alone while her husband lived in the village.
Meanwhile, Hiranwar started growing close to Sonam. Police said that the clashes began after Mishra began to show a renewed interest in Sonam. Mishra