The court said that there is no ground to release the accused on bail.


The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court rejected the bail plea of ​​the husband accused of dismembering his wife after killing her.

The man is accused of killing his wife and cutting her body into six pieces and throwing them in two bags in the Safedabad area of ​​Barabanki.

The court said in its order that in view of the heinous crime of the accused husband, there is no basis to release him on bail.

The order was passed by a single bench of Justice DK Singh while rejecting the bail plea of ​​accused Sameer Khan. According to the prosecution, the accused used to work in a chicken shop in Mumbai, he fell in love with a girl there and both of them had sex. got married

After some time of marriage, in 2020, he went to his village in Balrampur.

It is alleged that he told in his statement to the police that whenever he used to call his wife, her phone used to be busy, due to which he started doubting the character of his wife.

That's why he called his wife to Lucknow on June 25, 2020 and started living in a rented house in Indira Nagar.

It is also alleged that on July 5, 2020, there was a quarrel between the two and for this reason, Sameer Khan killed his wife and cut her dead body into six pieces and stuffed them in two bags and threw them in Safedabad, Barabanki.

The girl's body was recovered on July 7, 2020.

After the identification of the deceased during the investigation, the police arrested Sameer Khan and recovered the knife used in the incident and the car used to throw the dead body at his instance.

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