Krishnagiri: Young Man Jagan Hacked To Death By Wife Family

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Father-in-law killed his son-in-law on Tuesday afternoon close to the National Highway in Krishnagiri for marrying his daughter.

Jagan(28) hails from Kittambatti village in the Krishnagiri district. He loved Shankar's daughter Saranya (21), from Muzhukan Kotai village next to Avadhanapatti in Krishnagiri district. Both have been in love. Although both of them belong to the same community, their love is strongly opposed by Saranya's family.

Despite the opposition, Jagan and Saranya got married last month. Due to this, Saranya's family decided to kill Jagan. And so they planned well to kill Jagan.

Jagan was going to work on a two-wheeler yesterday afternoon. At that time, Saranya's father Shankar and two relatives, who overtook him on the service road near Dam Road flyover on the Dharmapuri-Krishnagiri National Highway, pushed him down and slashed Jagan with a sickle.

Jagan collapsed in a flood of blood and died on the spot. The incident was reported to the police. The police rushed to the spot, recovered Jagan's body, and sent it to the government hospital for post-mortem. And Jagan's father-in-law Shankar surrendered in court in connection with the murder.

After this, in the statement given before the judge, he said that he killed Jagan in anger because he fell in love with his daughter and married her after seeing the groom with a good  background for his daughter. Following this, the police are actively involved in the arrest of 2 more people involved in this murder case. The related video is going viral on social media.

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