Man killed step-daughter in Bathinda and threw her in shed, arrested

Bathinda: Man killed step-daughter and threw her in shed, arrested
Bathinda: Man killed step-daughter and threw her in shed, arrested

A father on Friday strangulated his minor step-daughter to death in Bangi Dipa village in Bathinda. The accused has been identified as Sandeep Singh, who murdered his five-year-old step-daughter and threw her in a shed. Sandeep got married to the deceased’s mother around two years ago. The deceased mother has been identified as Jaspreet Kaur, who earlier had two children from her first marriage. Meanwhile, the reports said that the man used to fight with her wife and threaten her to kill the five-year-old minor girl. Eventually, Sandeep killed the minor girl and threw her.

As per reports, he went home and started raising alarm in the family and the nearby areas that the minor girl has been kidnapped. Likewise, the police reached the spot and started the initial investigation. During the intervening, the police found the minor girl lying in the shed, after which the police interrogated the family members. During the interrogation, the father admitted the crime and hence the police registered the case against him.

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Likewise, the police have registered a case under Section 34 (common intention), Section 363 (kidnapping), Section 366A (procreation of minor girl), 506 (threatening for life) of the Indian Penal Code. Also, the police have booked the accused under the sections of the Arms Act and Section 6 of the POCSO Act.

-PTC News