September 28th, 2011
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Doctor husband killed engineer wife

delhi-murderNew Delhi: A surgeon working at a government hospital in New Delhi is alleged to have brutally murdered his engineer wife and dumped her body in the Ganga river. 31-year-old Chandra Vibhash hails from Jharkhand and works at Deen Dayal Upadhyay government hospital.

He is supposed to have killed his 27 year old wife as he believed she was not of the same “wavelength”. The doctor is alleged to have strangled his wife to death, carried her body in a bag to Allahabad where he dumped it in the Ganges, according to Additional Commissioner of Police, V Renganathan. He was arrested after Supriya’s father told the police that the surgeon had confessed to strangling her.

“Vibhash told us that he strangled his wife as both the husband and wife were not on the same wavelength and there was mental and physical incompatibility between them,” Renganthan said.

Also hailing from Jharkhand, Supriya, was a postgraduate who did her MBA after BTech, got married to Vibhash in November last year and had come to Delhi.Two months after marriage, Renganathan said, Supriya’s father told the police that Vibhash started disliking his daughter and torturing her. “After this, members of both families tried to settle the matter amicably many times but he continued to ill-treat the deceased.

“Supriya kept on informing her mother about the torture and ill treatment but ultimately she was forced by Vibash to leave her house. Finding no other way, she had to come back to her parents’ house in July,” Renganathan said. However, due to persuasions and intervention of close relatives, Vibhash brought Supriya back to Delhi but the surgeon allegedly continued to beat her. In July itself, Supriya’s parents came to Delhi in another bid to sort out issues but the deceased’s ordeal did not end, he said.

“She made a lot of adjustments even though her husband misbehaved with her and ill-treated her most of the time,” Renganathan quoted the parents as saying.




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