On 6 March 2011 police in India arrested two cousins of the teenage Noida girl, who was strangulated to death allegedly by her father for eloping, on charges of destroying evidence and helping the killer to dispose of her body.
Narinder and Dalu, both in the early 20s, were arrested from Modi Nagar road, police said, adding they were on the run since the honour killing case came to light.
Police had on March 13 arrested Karamvir Singh, father of 15-year-old Bhuri, who had confessed to killing her as she had eloped with a married man in their neighbourhood last month.
Singh had told the police that his two nephews had helped him in disposing of the body.
They had initially buried the body but later cremated it and the ashes were thrown in the river.
The two have been charged under Section 201 of IPC for destroying evidence.
Bhuri age – 15 years
The accused : Her father – Karamveer singh and his nephew – Narinder & Dalu.
Place : Noida (U.P)
Date of Murder : 6 March 2011.
Assasination : Bhuri, a minor girl, was in love with a married man and one day she eloped with him when her father came to know about it he caught her and strangulated her to death and later he disposed her body with the help of his nephew Narinder and Dalu.