Bloody game in love, wife along with her lover killed her husband, know the matter

Kota : A sensational case has come to light in Baran, Rajasthan. The wife conspired to kill her husband who was becoming a hindrance in her love affair. She had struck a deal with a contract killer for Rs 1 lakh to kill her husband. Currently, the police have taken action in the case and arrested four accused including the wife. Further action is underway in the case.

The deceased was addicted to smack

On June 24, Aashiq Ahmed, son of Bindu Khan, a resident of Bajrang Nagar, lodged a case regarding the murder of his brother. He said that both of us brothers live with our families in separate houses in Chhipabaud town. My elder brother (40) lived with his wife and children in Chhipabaud. That brother was addicted to smoking smack. When he reached the spot with other family members after getting information about his brother’s death around 12 o’clock at night, Hakim Khan was lying dead outside the house and blood was flowing from the back of his head.

There was a hindrance in the illegal love affair
On receiving information about the incident, the police reached the spot, took the body in custody and sent it for postmortem and registered a case under relevant sections. It was told that Farooq Hussain, son of Abdul Gaffur, a resident of Chhabra, was living on rent in the house of deceased Hakim Khan for about 7-8 months. Meanwhile, Farooq Hussain and deceased Hakim Khan’s wife Raeesa Bano alias Rani developed a love affair. During this time, about 3-4 months ago, deceased Hakim Khan’s wife Raeesa Bano sold about one and a half bigha of land in her name for thirty-three lakh rupees. Her lover Farooq Hussain was tempted by this.

Here, wife Raisa Bano also wanted to live freely with her lover (tenant) Farooq Hussain. To get rid of husband Hakim Khan, who was becoming a hindrance in their love affair, the wife conspired with her lover. After this, about 15-20 days ago, Raisa Bano and her lover Farooq Hussain struck a deal with Raeesa Bano’s nephew Asif Khan and Raeesa’s brother Salim’s daughter Rubina Bano’s husband Rizwan Khan for three lakh rupees to kill Hakim Khan. However, at that time Raeesa Bano asked Asif Khan and Rizwan Khan to give one lakh rupees. Then Asif Khan and Rizwan Khan alias Bhuru said that we will take only three lakh rupees.

A murder plot was hatched for Rs 1 lakh
After this, Raisa Bano alias Rani and her lover Farooq Hussain made a new plan for the three lakh rupees demanded by Asif Khan and Rizwan Khan. Both of them thought of killing Hakim Khan after getting his insurance done, so that they would get money for the murder of the deceased in lieu of insurance, out of which three lakh rupees would be given to Asif Khan and Rizwan Khan and the rest would be kept by both of them. In the second conspiracy, both of them had planned to kill the deceased Hakim Khan and throw him in the well, but both these conspiracies did not succeed. After this, the deceased’s wife Raisa Bano and her lover Farooq Hussain decided to give one lakh rupees to Asif Khan and Rizwan Khan for killing Hakim Khan.

After the murder, the body was thrown from the roof

Then the four chose the night of 22 June to kill Hakim Khan, but they were not successful in killing Hakim Khan on that day. The next day, on 23 June, Farooq Hussain and Raisa Bano called Asif Khan and Rizwan Khan to their house to kill Hakim Khan. That day in the evening, Farooq Hussain went to his house in Chhabra so that no one suspects him of killing Hakim Khan. Then around 9 in the evening, Asif Khan and Rizwan Khan alias Bhuru both came to Hakim Khan’s house on a motorcycle. At that time, Hakim was sleeping on the roof. Raisa Bano, Asif Khan, Rizwan Khan strangled Hakim Khan to death and threw his body from the roof to the wall below the house. On receiving the complaint, the police took action in the case and arrested the deceased Hakim Khan’s wife Raisa Bano alias Rani, her lover Farooq Hussain, Asif Khan and Rizwan Khan alias Bhuru Khan. After the arrest, all four accused were produced in the court.