Chandni Jain murder: Boyfriend of 2 years pushes her off hillock to avoid marriage

telangana | Wednesday, September 13th, 2017
Team Asianet News
Highlights
  • Chandni Jain had left home on Saturday evening to meet a few friends.
  • When she did not return home till late at night, her parents lodged a complaint.
  • It was later revealed that her boyfriend had pushed her off the hillock to get rid of her.

We had earlier reported of a 17-year-old girl missing from her home in Hyderabad for the past three days and how her decomposed body was found in the outskirts of Hyderabad on Tuesday. Today, the police has revealed that she was pushed off the hillock by her lover of two years who was also her classmate from Class 6 to Class 10. The accused, Sai Kiran, on being arrested, confessed that the two were in love for the past two years, but he was trying to avoid her for the past few months.

Apparently, the girl was pressurising him to continue the relationship and get married to her. So, on Saturday he took her to the Ameenpur hillock and during a heated argument, he assaulted her and pushed her down the hill, which led to her death. 

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As locals spotted her body on the hillocks near Ameenpur at Madinaguda, the police was alerted. The case was solved after police spotted the girl walking toward the hillock with a youth after getting down from the autorickshaw.

The girl, Chandni Jain, was the daughter of a businessman and resided in Miyapur. She was missing from home since Saturday and police had registered a case of kidnapping. Interestingly, the accused Sai Kiran had visited her parents to console them after she went missing. According to her parents, Chandni left home on Saturday evening to meet some friends. When she did not return home till late in the night, her parents lodged a complaint with the police. 

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