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Updated Oct 13, 2021 | 13:27 IST
Uthra murder case
Suraj used a poisonous snake as a murder weapon.  |  Photo Credit: iStock Images

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  • The accused, Suraj, had thought that by using a cobra as a weapon, he would not be seen as a suspect.
  • The probe team conducted an experiment using a dummy and live snake to confirm the same.
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fc belshina bobruisk,Suraj was also awarded 10 years and 7 years of imprisonment in two other cases for causing hurt by means of poison and destroying evidence. Suraj has to serve the double life sentence after completing 17 years in jail. 

fc nice,The sentencing will not run concurrently and Suraj may have to spend his complete life in jail. The court also mentioned similar cases while pronouncing the verdict.

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The shocking crime made headlines across the country when police investigation revealed that Suraj had hatched and executed a plan to kill his wife Uthra shortly after marrying her for money by using a venomous cobra. On May 7, 2020, Uthra was found dead at her house in Anchal in Kollam after being bitten by a poisonous snake. ,rinderknech

bonus dafabet,The subsequent police investigation was carried in a methodical and smart manner wherein a dummy snake was employed to ascertain the chain of events of the crime. It was established that the snake used as a murder weapon by Suraj had bitten Uthra two times and due to this, she died on the spot.

free horse racing systems uk,The speedy investigation by the Kerala police resulted in a chargesheet being filed on the 82nd day since the arrest of the accused husband, Suraj. Moreover, the Supreme Court also took notice of the case and said that the use of poisonous creatures as weapons of murder would attract the relevant punishment that is due for the heinous nature of the crime.

 

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