GHAZIABAD: With a large suitcase, a 32-year-old woman started walking towards the station on Monday evening.
But the only means of transportation he found was a vehicle with a police patrol team that stopped, concerned for his safety and insistent that he take a ride with them. She did her best to fend off the polite cops, but she tinkered with her answers. There was a body in the bag and she wanted to unload it on a train. But the policemen, suspicious by the minute, found him.
Preeti Sharma allegedly slit Feroz’s throat Salmani, 23, his partner, in a fit of rage after the two had a fight over the weekend. Police said she stored the body in her refrigerator for a day and planned to leave the suitcase on a train. During the interrogation, she told police that Salmani, a hairdresser from Delhi, had repeatedly asked for “apologies” when she said she wanted to get married. The two lived in the Tulsi Niketan area Tila Mor in Gaziabad. Preeti was cautioned under Section 302 (Punishment for Murder) of the Indian Penal Code. She was sent to judicial custody after being presented in court on Monday.
Body in a suitcase: woman caught after 50 meters of chase
Preeti Sharma, the 32-year-old woman arrested on suspicion of killing her partner, told police she separated from her husband in 2017 and started living in the Tulsi Niketan area of ‚Äč‚ÄčTila Mor soon after. He met Salmani, who belonged to Sambhal in UP, after the two got in touch on social media in 2018. He moved in with her the same year.
A heated argument broke out between the two on Saturday night after she brought up the topic of marriage. “She slit Salmani’s throat with a razor after she apparently said, ‘Jo apne pati ki nahi huyi, who kiski hogi,'” said Bhuvneshwar Kumar, SHO at the Tila Mor police station, citing the interrogation of she. “After killing Salmani, she put her body in the refrigerator and visited Seelampur in Delhi on Sunday to buy a large suitcase,” SHO said.
At around 2am on Monday, the patrol team spotted Preeti on a road in Tulsi Niketan. “The team asked her where she wanted to go. After telling them she had to take a train from the Ghaziabad train station, they offered to leave her there, but she refused. They saw her walk another 200 meters, unable to get there. find an auto rickshaw to go to the station. They told her they could help her, but she refused again, “said Bhuvneshwar Kumar, SHO at the Tila Mor Police Station.
The cops then started asking her questions about the train she was supposed to take. “She was unable to give details about the train, but said she was supposed to leave the station at 4am. She also didn’t have a ticket with her and told police a friend had booked it online,” the said. SHO. Suspicious by now, the police team checked her suitcase and found Salmani’s body tucked inside her. Preeti tried to escape but was caught after a 50-meter chase, Kumar said.


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