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Nashik (Maharashtra) : A teenage girl and her boyfriend, also a teen, allegedly killed the girl's mother and dump her body in the Kasara Ghat on Monday. Both were detained by the Bhadrakali police on Thursday after the incident came to light.
The body of the victim, Gurvinder Kaur Singh (40), was recovered from the Kasara Ghat at 1.35am on Thursday. Cops have detained Kaur's daughter and her boyfriend, both minors. Gurusimran Kaur (16) and Moin Aslam Shaikh (17), the duo who killed her.
According to the police, the teenagers met while they were studying at the same college and then got romantically involved. Gurusimran Kaur and Moin Aslam Shaikh, both students of RYK College, had an affair.
However, the girl's mother objected to their affair. On July 1, the mother and the daughter had a quarrel over the affair and subsequently the girl reportedly narrated the entire conversation to her beau Moin Shaikh.
At 7.30am on Monday, the teen's beau arrived at Kaur's residence at Shankar Nagar on Takli Road, armed with a knife. Cops said that after an argument broke out between the two, the boyfriend attacked Guruvinder Kaur Singh with a knife, while her daughter strangulated her and suffocated her by pressing a pillow on her face. The duo transported Kaur's body in the girl's car to Kasara Ghat and dumped it there. Cops traced it there after the duo allegedly confessed to their crime.
The deceased's brother meanwhile had lodged a missing complaint and during the investigation the police learned about the girl's affair and further enquiry led to the confession by the duo.
Source : TOI
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