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Family member shot over property dispute
An eye surgeon was killed by her brother-in-law, allegedly over a property dispute in Badaun, UP. Police have started investigations and claim that the accused would be nabbed soon.

THERE HAVE been several cases in India, where a person has been killed by some family member for various reasons. Same thing happened in Badaun, when a person killed his sister-in-law due to a property dispute. The victim of the entire incident, Vani Rastogi was an eye surgeon, by profession.

It is very surprising that the surgeon has been killed by her brother in law, Nihit Rastogi who was handed over Rs 5 lakhs so that he could buy property. But, as it seems from the turn of events, that Nihit was not happy with it. Hence he took the extreme measure and went ahead with the kill.

Amit Rastogi, who is the victim's brother-in-law, according to NNIS video said that the conspiracy to kill Vani had been plotted in collaboration with the parents-in-law.

So he points his fingers to family involvement too. On the other hand the family says that the problem could have been worked out if the issue had been discussed with the family. Amit also said that a bullet had been fired in her breast.

But, Nihit who allegedly killed Vani has not been caught till now. Mangil Saini, SP at Badaun also said in the video that the victim has been absconding and he would be nabbed soon. We have heard about fights taking place due to property dispute, but this one crossed the limit as the sister-in-law was shot. The authorities must take strict measures against such acts, else such things are going to be a common thing in India, especially in rural areas.

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