Last Updated: May 23, 2023, 18:17 IST
The woman’s father was killed in the incident. (Representational Image/PTI)
The accused, Subhash Kharadi, who worked as a police driver in Dewas on Sunday night, entered the home of Jakir Khan armed with a country-made pistol and shot the woman, her father and her brother
In a shocking incident reported from Madhya Pradesh’s Bhopal, a police constable, upset over his love affair, opened fire at a woman and her family in a fit of rage killing her father. The man later killed himself by jumping in front of a moving train.
The woman, who belongs to the Shajapur district, was allegedly the constable’s girlfriend. While the woman’s father died on the spot, the condition of the 25-year-old woman and her brother is critical, police said.
The accused, Subhash Kharadi, who worked as a police driver in Dewas on Sunday night, entered the home of Jakir Khan armed with a country-made pistol and shot the woman, her father and her brother.
After carrying out the heinous crime, Kharadi put up a Facebook post with pictures of him and the woman, with the caption, “I killed her because she betrayed me. I have given her a pain that she will never forget.” Hours later, his mutilated body was found on railway tracks.
As per the police, the tragic incident is the outcome of a love affair between the accused and the 25-year-old woman.
The woman was first rushed to a nearby hospital and then shifted to Indore for better treatment.
District police chief Yashpal Singh Rajput said their investigation is on. Sattar Khan, former sarpanch of the area, said police should ensure a speedy and timely investigation into the matter and get the family justice.
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