Jan 062012
 
 January 6, 2012  Misc, Non-U.S.

I can’t recall ever seeing a case where a desire for privacy in the home led to murder. But here’s a case in India:

In a shocking incident, a 10-year-old girl was brutally murdered by her stepfather at Pedapalakaluru village on the outskirts of Guntur three days ago. The ghastly killing came to light on Thursday after the girl’s hostel warden lodged a complaint with the police who, in turn, picked up the stepfather.

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It is learnt that the girl’s mother, Arogyarani, had been divorced by her first husband and she married a labourer, Konda Venkatappa Rao, last year. The couple are living at Mutluru village in Vatticheruru mandal.

They have been feuding over the past a few months as Rao’s demand that his wife send away her two daughters, whom she had by her first husband, to a hostel so that the couple could have privacy. But the wife did not agree to the demand. Enraged, Venkatapparao decided to eliminate both the stepdaughters.

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