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When the wife refused to go in the prostitution racket, so the husband...

News Track 2019-09-02 02:20:00

A case of human trafficking has come to light.  A man who was involved in human trafficking wanted to send his wife to the business of prostitution but when she protested, he strangled her to death. In this case, the young man packed the body in a sack and threw it at a deserted place and escaped. According to the information received, the police arrested the accused from West Bengal late night after all the investigation.

In this case, DCP Devendra Arya of South West District said that "The accused Jalil Sheikh (28) has been arrested earlier in the human trafficking case and had two wives." The second one lived in West Bengal and the first one lived in Delhi. At the same time, on 6 August, people were stunned by the discovery of the body of a woman in a sack near the Baarat Ghar in Shivpuri Kalad, West Sagarpur. "While the police started investigating in this matter, there were reports that the woman's husband Jalil Sheikh absconded. The police team has started investigation in this matter. It is being told that on August 17, a person identified the deceased on WhatsApp, the police met his sister and she told that the deceased woman's name is Fatima Sardar.

It is being told that she was a resident of South 24 Pargana of West Bengal and after that, the search for Jalil Sheikh was started through technical surveillance. In this case, police went to his house in West Bengal, then police team came to know that he absconded with the family. According to reports received, the accused told that he had brought Fatima to Delhi in 2014 as a friend and married her here and had a son. At the same time, both were living in a rented house in Sagarpur for the last six months and later he wanted to get his wife to do body trade, but Fatima did not agree,  so one day he killed her.