A young man murdered a married woman at railway station when she did not agree to marry him. He was introduced to the mother of two in itself.

A young man murdered a married woman at railway station when she did not agree to marry him. He was introduced to the mother of two in itself.
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State Office, Calcutta. On Wednesday, at Bengal’s railway station, a young man stabbed a married woman to death after she refused to marry him. The young accused Mungesh Yadav has been arrested. He resides in . A bloodstained knife was recovered from him.

bleed with a knife

According to police sources, Pintu Biswas, a resident of Gaighata, North 24 Parganas, had come to the Howrah police station with his wife Rivu Biswas and two children. Mungesh Yadav, who came from Mumbai, was also with him. Pintu and Mungesh work at the same place in Mumbai. Everyone was drinking tea near the parcel service at platform number 23. Suddenly, Mungesh sent Pintu to buy headache medicine. When Pintu went to buy medicines, Mungesh allegedly took out a knife from the bag and stabbed his wife Rivu in the stomach.

Police registered a case of murder

When the woman screamed, the RPF and other passengers arrived at the scene. After that, Mungesh picked up the knife and threatened everyone. However, he was later caught in the act by the RPF. The accused was handed over to the police at Golabari police station. Meanwhile, the injured woman was rushed to Howrah district hospital where she died. The police have registered a case of murder and are questioning the accused.

Had a love affair with Pintu’s wife

According to reports, Pintu lives in Mumbai with his wife and two children for work. Mungesh and Pintu work in the same hotel. From there, Mungesh was introduced to Pintu’s wife. During interrogation, Pintu said that he had developed a love affair with Rivu. Rivu had promised to get married. Pintu claims that he had given around Rs 10 lakh to Rivu. But Rivu suddenly refuses the marriage. In this anger, he killed her.

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