Man convicted of wife's death in dowry case

The convict, Inayat, was found guilty of harassing his wife Yasmin for dowry and setting her ablaze after dousing her with kerosene. She was admitted to the hospital where she succumbed to her injuries.

A case was registered with Banaswadi police and a chargesheet was filed.
The Sixth Fast Track Court Judge D Y Basapure convicted him under sections 498 (A) and 304 (B) of IPC and articles 3 and 4 of Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961.

The couple were married in 2002. Yasmin’s family had given Inayat Rs 10,000 cash and gold jewellery at that time. He and his parents, however, demanded Rs 50,000 more from Yasmin. When the demand was not fulfilled, they physically tortured her and later set her ablaze.

Six arrested

Six persons were arrested for planning a robbery and several items meant to be used for robbing pedestrians were recovered from their possession in K G Halli on Friday.
Asif (24), Asghar (26), Syed Wajid (25), Umar Mukhtar (30), Faheem (30), all residents of K G Halli, and Zabihullah (29), resident of Bharat Mata Layout, were held near the Hindu cremation ground in Pillanna Garden 3rd Stage, when they were reportedly planning to rob pedestrians by putting chilly powder in their eyes and threatening them with weapons. Two daggers, two knives, two sticks, two bikes, cash and a packet of chilly powder have been recovered from their possession.

Bar owner robbed

Three unidentified persons robbed a bar owner of Rs 25,000 near his house in LIC Colony, Yeshwanthpur, on Friday night.

K Raju, 35, was returning home after collecting cash from his two wine shops, when the accused stopped his car and threatened him with a dagger around 12.40 am. They fled in a bike parked nearby after the incident.

Two held

Two persons were arrested and three gold chains worth Rs 2 lakh were recovered from their possession in Kumaraswamy Layout last Wednesday. Syed Samiullah, 27, and Saleem Pasha, 25, residents of Kumaraswamy Layout are the accused.

Chain snatched

Unidentified bikers snatched a woman’s 80-gram gold chain worth Rs 1 lakh when she was going to buy vegetables in Vijayanagar on Saturday morning.
Sarojamma, a resident of Hampinagar 6th Main, was near Sankashta Ganapathi Temple when the incident occurred at 8 am.

DH News Service

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