Denied Money To Buy Mobile Phone, Son Kills Mother In Dibrugarh, Assam
The youngster stole Rs 16,000 and ran away after killing his mother but soon was arrested from his hiding place at Chandmari ghat, according to Assam police.
DIBRUGARH: In a horrifying occurrence, a son killed his mother with a sharp object after being denied money to purchase a new mobile phone. The event was reported from Changmai Gaon of Dibrugarh district, Assam under the Lahowal police station. Jintu Das has been named as the suspect. In the Dibrugarh district of Assam, the police have detained the accused boy.
"The youngster stole Rs 16,000 and ran away after killing his mother. He was taken into custody in Dibrugarh from his hiding place at Chandmari ghat, according to Assam police.
The crimes in Assam keep increasing with such incidents. Additionally, The data from the National Crime Record Bureau shows that Assam had 1,269 murder cases in 2021 or 3.4% of all murder cases (NCRB).
In terms of the murder rate, this ranks the state third nationally. According to the research, 3,558 murder incidents may have been reported in the state between 2019 and 2021.
In 2021, the Assam police recorded 1,192 murder cases in total. According to the data, there were 536 murder cases in the state in 2021 with no known motivation.
During this time, a total of 311 murders, 227 conflicts, and 105 property or land disputes were all the result of "personal revenge or hostility." Additionally, nine dowry murders were reported in the state last year.
According to a prominent police official, murder cases have increased while all other sorts of crimes have decreased in 2021 from January through July.
The officer continued, "However, the Guwahati police registered 37 murder cases from January to July this year compared to 30 such cases during the comparable time the previous year."
Sources claim that the state recorded 496 murder cases in the first half of this year. The biggest number of murder cases (38) were reported in the Sonitpur district, followed by Tinsukia (34), Dibrugarh (29), Cachar (25), and Nagaon (24).
According to the data, the top five reporting states for murders were West Bengal (1,884 instances, 1,919 people), Maharashtra (2,330 cases, 2,381 people), Bihar (2,799 cases, 2,826 people), Uttar Pradesh (3,717 cases, 3,825 people), and Madhya Pradesh (2,034 crimes, 2075 people).