Man shoots his daughter for “infidelity” | Kanpur information

Kanpur: A man reportedly shot and killed his newly married 20-year-old daughter on Saturday morning for alleged infidelity in Fatehpur district.
Police said the defendant Chandramohan Singh was upset when his daughter Swati’s in-laws accused her of continuing their illegal relationship with her alleged lover and left her at his home on Thursday.
After the murder, Chandramohan, a resident of Jaisinghpur Village, drove to a police station and surrendered along with the licensed double-barreled gun after killing his daughter.
Chandramohan reportedly fired three shots at Swati at close range, which killed her instantly. The incident occurred on Saturday around 9 a.m., the police said.
Swati was reportedly married to a Nagendra Singh from the Singhpur area of ​​Sachendi in Kanpur about a year ago. “After the woman’s in-laws learned of their illegal relationship, they objected to their affair and sent her to her parents’ house on Thursday,” said a police officer.
“According to the family, she had quarreled with her father and was unwilling to end her extramarital affair with her lover, which Chandramohan had objected to. After a heated argument, Chandramohan shot her with his licensed double-barreled gun. After her death, he called the police station and told them that he had killed his married daughter and was waiting to be arrested, “police said.
“Chandramohan, who later reached Thariyaon Police Station on a two-wheeler, was arrested while Swati’s body was being sent for post-mortem examination. Chandramohan told police officers that when he got tired of his married daughter’s actions, he took extreme action, ”said Circle Officer (City) Anil Kumar.
Police also confiscated the double-barreled gun and three empty cartridges that Chandramohan used to kill his daughter.
“The mother and brother of the deceased woman went missing in the house shortly after the incident. We started a hunt to find her whereabouts. We also question the in-laws of the deceased, ”said CO.

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