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Man kills girlfriend suspecting her “Character”, crushes aspiring model’s face to death

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A shocking incident of an aspiring model being killed by her boyfriend has come into news. The aspiring model, identified as 19-year-old Khushi Parihar is allegedly killed by her boyfriend Ashraf Sheikh suspecting of her “character”.

The incident has taken place in Maharashtra’s Nagpur district and as reported by the police, the accused has been arrested immediately after the crime. The victim, Khushi was a resident of Nagpur.

As stated by the Nagpur police, information of a woman’s body abandoned on the Pandhurna-Nagpur highway with her face crushed was received by the police on Saturday morning. Following the information, police recovered the body and could identify it through helps from social media. Police further added that Khushi used to participate in local fashion shows.

This has also been added by the police that the accused Ashraf Sheikh has also confessed of the crime. Stating the reason for the crime, the accused said that he suspected her character and could not tolerate her “closeness” with some youths.

As stated by a police official, the prima facie of the incident is that Sheikh took his girlfriend Parihar along him in his car on July 12 and allegedly killed her later by crushing her head at Savli Fata near Pandhurna-Nagpur highway

Nagpur police have registered a case of murder against the accused, while further investigation into the crime is underway to look for other reasons and angles into the murder.

Such incidents of murder on suspicion of character are abruptly increasing these days with the mentality of the new generation changing with time. in similar such incident, a crime of killing girlfriend by stabbing her multiple time has happened in Bangalore. Police should take acute actions to check such crimes as the new generation youth are going out of control and this will pose as a major threat to the society.

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