Reserve sub-inspector strangles spouse on suspicion of infidelity – The New Indian Express

Through Express Message Service

ONGOLE: A Sub-Inspector of the Reserve (RSI) of the Police strangled his wife on suspicion of her fidelity. Police said Swamy Nayak, an RSI in YSR district, married B. Jyothi Bai, 34, who worked as a surveyor at Vellupalli Village Secretariat, about 18 years ago. You have two sons. Jyothi Bai lived in the city colony on the outskirts of Giddalur. Swamy Nayak had long had suspicions about her and they often argued about it.

When Swamy Nayak went to Giddalur on Thursday afternoon, he got into a heated argument with Jyothi Bai in a drunken state. The RSI then strangled Jyothi Bai and fled the spot. The woman’s brother made a complaint to Giddalur Police. One case has been registered.

ONGOLE: A Sub-Inspector of the Reserve (RSI) of the police strangled his wife on suspicion of her fidelity. Police said Swamy Nayak, an RSI in YSR district, married B. Jyothi Bai, 34, who worked as a surveyor at Vellupalli Village Secretariat, about 18 years ago. You have two sons. Jyothi Bai lived in the city colony on the outskirts of Giddalur. Swamy Nayak had long had suspicions about her and they often argued about it. When Swamy Nayak went to Giddalur on Thursday afternoon, he got into a heated argument with Jyothi Bai in a drunken state. The RSI then strangled Jyothi Bai and fled the spot. The woman’s brother made a complaint to Giddalur Police. One case has been registered.

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