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Saturday, November 07, 2015

BRUTAL MURDER OF WIFE

By on Saturday, November 07, 2015


Shot 3 bullets; One embedded in wall; other 2 sustained respectively one head and next on neck; pushed her body into Tandoor (bread baking furnace)


 
 
It was the day 2nd July 1995 in India when a new text of murder in the world of crime was written. a sensational murder was committed, which could have horrified everybody just hearing the disposal of body. The murder case has been later known as 'Tandoor Case'(Bread Baking furnace). The accused, Sushil Sharma, is free on payroll, but the final decision of his acquittal from sentence has to be done by the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi.
It was late evening about 8.30 pm when gunshots were overheard from government flat number 8/2A at 'Goal Market' New Delhi. The neighborhoods felt some crackers were left. Everywhere a deep silence was suffused.  After a while, a shadow was dragging out a heavy thing in polythene sack from flat; the sack was put in the car's dickey parked outside and fled away driving it from the spot.
Sushil Sharma fled to South India after killing brutally his wife. He tonsured his head and disguised the body; so that he could not have been identified; but it was informed Delhi police that Sushil Sharma had to reach in Bangalore court for advance bail. Delhi police nabbed Sushil going at the site of court.

The dark was deepening and the traffic on road was lessening slowly. The driver, with polythene, looked around and sought a chance; but it failed to get. He parked the car beside mid of the ITO Bridge. The driver came out. Actually he had intended to hurl the polythene into the Yamuna river, but he could not do it because of the traffic were running.
The person sat back inside the car and began to think. At the very time he searched the idea. He changed the direction of car. Now the car was moving toward Connaught place. Arriving at Connaught place he stopped the car at Bagia restaurant inside Ashok Passanger residence.
Some paying guests were having their dinner. The man after parking the car came down and reached to the manager, Keshav,. Actually the car driver was none other but was the president of Delhi Youth Congress, Sushil Sharma and was the owner of that restaurant. The afraid Sushil Sharma said manager Keshav to close urgently the restaurant. After having of customers' dinner the light of restaurant was extinguished, but Tandoor was still flaring.
The restaurant was fully vacant; the rest employees of restaurant had gone from there. Now the manager of restaurant, Keshav and Shushil Sharma were present there. Sushil pulled the polythene out from the car. Keshav was astonished seeing the body of a woman in the polythene. Sushil Sharma with the help of manager pushed the body into Tandoor (bread baking furnace). Tandoor's fire was not well intense. Both of them to blaze the fire poured the butter into furnace. This idea proved constructive. The fire turned intense.
As the work of body disposal was underway now, the billow of fume and the blaze from Tandoor could have been seen outside. Anaro vegetable vendor slept on footpath; woke up; looked at the fire. Anaro understood, the fire had engulfed in the restaurant. Anaro started shouting. The shouting was heard by the patrolling policeman Abdul Nazir Gunju. He reached near Anaro immediate. Seeing the fire blazed in restaurant he ran toward it. What he saw there was shocking scene, and the sensational event of brutality was disclosed.
The brutal event was published next day on newspaper and the leader of youth congress Matloob Karim was come to know the incident. Matloob Karim discussed it publicly that the woman was roasted in oven was Naina Sahni and the wife of Sushil Sharma. Matloob Karim who suspected the murder of Naina Sahni was committed by none other but her own spouse, Sushil Sharma. After the incident Sushil Sharma had disappeared. The police suspicion was changed into confirmation. But the question was why Sushil did the murder of his wife? The answer was with Sushil and he had gone away from Delhi.
Sushil Sharma’s story of being criminal in Tandoor case from the leader of youth congress is very dreadful; as it is very much astonishing. Sushil Sharma whom Naina Sahni had betrothed in love, he threw her into Tandoor (furnace) only for a telephone call. Whose call was that? And why that call made Sushil crazy? The manager of restaurant, keshav was in police custody, but the truth of Tandoor case did not uncovered so far. Police was searching Sushil Sharma.
Sushil Sharma fled to South India after killing brutally his wife. He tonsured his head and disguised the body; so that he could not have been identified; but it was informed Delhi police that Sushil Sharma had to reach in Bangalore court for advance bail. Delhi police nabbed Sushil going at the site of court.
After custody he confessed the truth of Tandoor case. Actually it was a doubt of Sushil that his wife Naina Sahani and Matloob Karim had illicit relation. Naina Sahni and Matloob Karim both was classmate and both were in youth congress. The incident night, as he arrived at his residence, he saw that Naina was talking on phone and consuming alchohol. Seeing Sushil, Naina hung up the call. Sushil tried redial then reckoned it was from Matloob Karim. Both had scuffle later. Sushil Sharma shot 3 bullets on Naina Sahni. One embedded in the wall; other 2 sustained respectively one head and next on neck. Naina died on the spot.
It was high profile case, which was not only the DNA test of deceased but also was two times postmortem done. It was second postmortem report which concluded that Naina’s death was not by fire, but by bullet injuries.
The Delhi court convicted and awarded death sentence to Sushil Sharma later 8 years under section IPC 302 murder; 120B criminal conspiracy; 201 disappearance of the evidence.
Delhi High Court upheld the Sesson Court judgment and confirmed the punishment after 12 years.
The Supreme Court said that the Tandoor case was not the rarest of rare case, and Sushil Sharma was not a professional criminal. He committed the crime because of strife under private relationship. He had scope of improvement. So the apex court awarded the punishment changing death sentence into the life term.
After intervention of Supreme Court he came out from jail on payroll. His release can be permanent. The final decision on his acquittal after completion of 24 years rigorous imprisonment has to take the Lieutenant governor of Delhi, Najib Jung.




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