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MP: Shocking! Bhopal woman puts out contract to cut-off husband's genitals; henchmen kill him and rob the house

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 17 June 2018, 18:04 IST

In a heart breaking incident in Madhya Pradesh's capital Bhopal, a woman hires contractors to chop-off husband's genital. The police on Saturday arrested the 45-year-old Ayesha wife and relatives of 55-year-old Dr Shafatullah Khan, who was murdered in his home on Tuesday night.

Ayesha had allegedly put out a contract for bobbitising her 55-year-old husband because of Khan's affair with several women. According to Shukla, Ayesha married Khan in 1991, but he established relationships with several other women thereafter. Ayesha was helped by her niece Nandini, 30, and Nandini’s husband Pawan Vishwakarma, 35.

Khan used to lure young girls by promising them jobs as nurses and then allegedly raped them. He allegedly raped Nandini when she was 11-year- old which resulted in her getting pregnant said Ayesha.

Pawan later told the cops that two men who took the contract to kill Khan instead. Jabalpur SP Shashikant Shukla said Khan had 12 stab wounds on his chest, and his throat and wrists had been slit.

Shukla said initially, it appeared to be a case of loot as the killers had taken away cash and jewellery from the house after locking Ayesha, her daughter and grandson in the bathroom.

Pawan then hired the two men Rajendra Malviya and Dheeraj for the job, reports. Ayesha gave them Rs. 10,000 each to cut genitals of Khan but Pawan decided that it would be better to kill him.

Ayesha claimed that the matter was hushed up. “Things had reached my family and I had to act,” Ayesha told the police. Police have arrested Ayesha, Nandini, and Rajendra while Pawan and Dheeraj are absconding.

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First published: 17 June 2018, 18:04 IST
 
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