Man Allegedly Burnt Alive by Wife and Lover in Kanpur
In a horrifying incident in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, a man identified as Dayaram (45), was allegedly burnt alive by his wife and her lover. Dayaram, who worked as a teacher at Gram Bikas Inter College in Budhauli village of Kanpur Dehat, was married to Sangeeta in 2019. According to his younger brother Anuj, there had been a dispute between the couple for the past three months after Dayaram discovered Sangeeta in a compromising position with another man named Pawan.
Pawan, who reportedly ran a dhaba in Ramaipur, had even named the establishment after Dayaram’s son, Swastik. Dayaram had lodged a complaint against this, but no action was taken. In October of last year, he filed for divorce. Anuj revealed that an advocate named Sanjeev Kumar had been contacting Dayaram over the past week.
On the fateful Sunday morning, Dayaram went to meet Sanjeev in Panki. Around 11:30 am, he called Anuj and informed him that he had been locked in a room and that the accused individuals were setting it on fire. Anuj immediately contacted the police and rushed to the location, only to find Dayaram dead.
A case has been registered against four individuals, including Sanjeev, Sangeeta, Pawan, and one other person. Sanjeev has been taken into custody, and further investigation into the matter is currently underway.
The incident has sent shockwaves through the local community, as they struggle to come to terms with the brutal act committed by Dayaram’s wife and her lover. Authorities are working diligently to uncover the truth behind this heinous crime.
Kanpur, the site of the tragedy, is a city in Uttar Pradesh known for its historical and cultural significance. Situated on the banks of the Ganges River, it is the largest city in the state and serves as an important industrial and commercial center.
As the investigation continues, our thoughts remain with the family and friends of Dayaram, who are undoubtedly devastated by this unimaginable loss.