Meerut, UP: In yet another shocking incident that came to fore from Meerut, Uttar Pradesh where a angry father killed her 17-year-old daughter over affair through killer. He gave a contract to kill her to a ward boy of a hospital, who injected a high dose of potassium chloride to the minor girl, according to police.
The doctors at the hospital found that she had been injected with a high dose of potassium chloride after her condition suddenly deteriorated, police said, adding that the girl’s father, Naveen Kumar, ward boy Naresh Kumar and a female employee, are the doctors. The hospital has been arrested in connection with the incident on Saturday.
Naveen Kumar admitted his daughter to a hospital in Kankarkheda on Friday night. A police officer said that a few hours later, he shifted her to Future Plus Hospital in Modipuram, where her health suddenly deteriorated.
With the help of CCTV footage, the identity of the person who gave the injection to her was ascertained and the ward boy, Naresh Kumar, was taken into custody.
The ward boy confessed to police that the girl’s father had given him ₹ 1 lakh to kill her. Posing as a doctor, he entered the ICU with the help of the woman employee of the hospital and administered the injection, police said.
The woman employee of the hospital and the victim’s father, a property dealer, were also taken into custody subsequently, they added.
Naveen Kumar told the police that his daughter was in a relationship with a man and was not willing to snap ties with him even after repeated requests from her family members.
He had told the doctors at the hospital that his daughter had accidentally fallen from the terrace of their house but in reality, she had jumped off the terrace, the accused told the police.
Police have recovered a broken syringe containing potassium chloride and ₹ 90,000 in cash from the ward boy.