Horror killing accused had a fourth target

Showing no remorse, the three youths arrested Thursday for allegedly carrying out the sensational honour killing of three of their relatives in Delhi, told the police that they also had a fourth target.

Last Updated: Jun 26, 2010, 00:02 AM IST

Ghaziabad: Showing no remorse, the three
youths arrested Thursday for allegedly carrying out the
sensational honour killing of three of their relatives in
Delhi, told the police that they also had a fourth target.
Mandeep Nagar (23), Ankit Chaudhury (22) and Nakul
Khari (21) tried to call Mandeep`s sister Khushboo on phone on
Sunday when they allegedly carried out the murders. They had
planned to meet her at some place and murder her, but they
could not get in touch with her, Senior Superintendent of
Police Raghubir Lal said.

Khushboo has been provided police protection,
according to Delhi Police.

However, Mandeep`s another sister Shobha, 22, was not
so lucky.

Lal said that Mandeep first shot dead Shobha, who had
earlier eloped with a man belonging to a different caste, in
his car.

Mandeep, according to the SSP, told the police that he
did not like Shobha pursuing modelling but she was adamant on
continuing with it so he killed her.

Thereafter, the accused called Ankit`s brother-in-law
Kuldeep, 26 near his residence and also shot him dead, leaving
his body in his car. They then killed Ankit`s sister Monica,
24.
The murders took place between 6.30 PM to 8.00 PM on
Sunday.

All the three left for Musoorie and were "enjoying"
there after the murders, Lal said.

The three youths were today produced in local court
which sent them jail to judicial custody for 14 days.

The accused allegedly threw the arms used in the
murders in Upper Ganga Canal, the SSP said.

They were on their way to meet their friends in
Garhmukteshwar, 90 kms from Delhi, when they were nabbed.

PTI