Navsari court sentenced the accused to life imprisonment for the murder of a woman living in a live-in relationship
Navsari The Navsari court has sentenced the accused to life imprisonment for the murder of a woman in Mahuvar village of Jalalpur taluk of the district. The woman was seriously injured by the lathi flat and died during treatment. The police have arrested the murderer of the woman by registering a case of murder in connection with the incident. Eight years had passed since the live-in relationship of both of them. The woman was pretending to be in love by talking to another young man. In the year-2018, she died after being hit by a wooden stick by her husband, injuring her seriously. In this case, based on the arguments of the Public Prosecutor, taking into account the circumstantial evidence and the presence of people at the spot and the statements made by them, the Navsari Court sentenced the accused to life imprisonment and fine.
Looking at the facts of the incident, Suresh Gataram Majira, a resident of Bhikhiben, was living in a live-in relationship with Majira of Bhikhiben near Maroli for 8 years. On September 1, 2018, during the night, husband Suresh started a fight with wife Bhikhiben by saying that she was having an affair with another man. After the altercation, Suresh beat the woman with a stick. Bhikhiben was seriously injured due to a head injury. He succumbed to his injuries after brief treatment. In this incident, the sister-in-law of the deceased had lodged a complaint with the police and investigation was conducted by PI VS Palas. The accused husband Suresh Gattaram has been arrested by the police.
Public Prosecutor Bhavesh Gupta argued the case in Navsari court. The court, taking into account the arguments of the government side, on the basis of circumstantial evidence and statements of the people present on the spot, sentenced the accused Suresh Gataram to life imprisonment and 10 thousand fine and 6 months additional sentence. without paying the fine.
The court pronounced the sentence on the basis of the testimony and circumstantial evidence of those present at the time of the incident. At the time of the incident, accused Suresh Gattaram told the court that acquaintances standing outside the house saw him beating the woman. The testimony of these witnesses proved to be crucial in the case. Also, the blood of the deceased was matched on the wood from which the beating was done. Taking into account the circumstantial and other evidence, the court sentenced him to life imprisonment. Public prosecutor Bhavesh Gupta said.