Man Shoots Former Lover’s Sister in Pune 

Man Shoots Former Lover’s Sister in Pune

Man Shoots Former Lover’s Sister in Pune

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Rushi Bagul, 27, has been named as the accused. He visited the woman’s home with another man who has not been identified. Authorities stated that he has a criminal record and has committed numerous crimes in the past.

20 May 2024

By Khushi Maheshwari 

A 27-year-old man opened fire on a former lover’s sister in the wee hours of Sunday, seemingly infuriated that she had cut off contact with him. According to authorities, the incident was reported at his Ganj Peth neighbourhood home at two in the morning.

Rushi Bagul, 27, has been named as the accused. He visited the woman’s home with an additional man who has not been identified yet. According to the police, he has a criminal record and has committed numerous body crimes in the past.

Police claim that the accused had a relationship with a woman who had just divorced. After they got into some arguments, she decided to block his cellphone number and refused to take his calls. On Sunday, he went to her house to sort things out. The woman, however, was not interested in meeting him. Consequently, the defendant became enraged and shot her sister, injuring her.

In accordance with sections 307 (Crucially, attempt to murder is punishable under Section 307 of the IPC. If the victim is harmed, the maximum penalty is life in prison. The sentence can last up to ten years), 342, 506, and 34 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) a case has been filed at the Khadak police station. Additionally the man has also been charged under section 3 (25) of the arms act. By virtue of Section 3 of the Act, no one is allowed to possess a firearm or ammunition unless they have a valid reason or as required by the Act. Section 25 lays out the penalties for violating the act’s terms if it is discovered. Therefore, Section 25 might be thought of as an addition to Section 3.