Woman, lover arrested for killing her husband

Woman, lover arrested for killing her husband

A woman, along with her lover and two other men, has been arrested on the charges of murdering her husband in Bagalur recently.

The suspects are Asma, 36, a resident of Shyampura Road, Chikkanna Layout; her lover Faheed, 36, Chikkanna Layout; Imraan Pasha, 31, Hyder Ali Circle in DJ Halli; and Sadiq Pasha, 18, KG Halli.

Asma conspired with the three men and murdered her husband Mohammad Hamidullah Qureshi, 39, an autorickshaw driver and resident of Slaughter House, A Street, Shivajinagar, after he reprimanded her over her affair with their neighbour Faheed.

According to the police, Qureshi moved along with his family to a rented house in Shyampura Road at Chikkanna Layout about four months ago. Asma fell in love with Faheed and the two had an affair. Qureshi fought with Faheed and warned Asma against continuing their affair after it became public, said the police.

Murder plotted

Asma and Faheed plotted Qureshi’s murder as they thought he was stumbling block to their relationship. Faheed contacted Asma’s brother Imraan Pasha who agreed to help them in eliminating his sister’s husband.

As planned, Pasha, armed with weapons, waited near Hennur Cross on October 12 evening, said the police. Around 4:30 pm, Faheed hired Qureshi’s autorickshaw to Hennur Cross.

There, Pasha joined Faheed and the duo asked Qureshi to drop them at a quarry pit near Marenalli Bande.

When they reached the spot, the two tried to drag Qureshi out of the autorickshaw. However, Qureshi, who also carried a knife, attacked Faheed and injured both his palms. Then, Pasha repeatedly stabbed Qureshi. When he collapsed, Faheed and Pasha stabbed him several times. They pushed him into the quarry pit and fled in his autorickshaw.

Later, they contacted Asma who was waiting at Hennur Cross. Faheed took the help of Sadiq Pasha in shifting the autorickshaw to a different location, added the police.

Qureshi’s brother Mohammad Shaheedullah lodged a missing complaint with the police who launched a search to trace him. Two days later, a few local residents noticed a body floating in the pit and informed the Bagaluru police who contacted other police stations for details of missing persons and established Qureshi’s identity.

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