Techie Kills Man in Mumbai Apartment After Finding Him in Bed With Gay Partner
Dhaval Unadkat hit Parth Raval on his head with a candle stand after finding him in bed with his partner, police said. He also allegedly tried to strangulate his partner with a mobile phone charger cord.
Image for representation only.
Mumbai: A 25-year-old man was arrested on Sunday for allegedly killing a man after finding him in bed with his male partner at the latter's residence in suburban Bandra, the police said Tuesday.
The accused is identified as Dhaval Unadkat, an IT professional, and the deceased as Parth Raval, an MBA graduate, an official said.
The incident took place in the apartment of Unadkat's partner on Hill Road, Bandra West.
The official said Unadkat hit Parth Raval on his head with a candle stand after finding him in bed with his partner. Unadkat also allegedly tried to strangulate his partner, who is the complainant in the case, with a mobile phone charger cord, he said.
Unadkat and the complainant then took profusely bleeding Raval to the Bhabha Hospital in Bandra and then to Lilavati Hospital, the official said. However, they later took Raval home against the medical advice, he said.
After reaching the complainant's apartment, they ordered lunch, he said, adding that in the meantime Raval vomitted and collapsed.
Unadkat and his partner then called up an ambulance to shift Raval to Lilavati Hospital, but he succumbed to injuries.
On the complaint of his partner, Unadkat was arrested by the police under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) including 302 (Punishment for murder). He was produced before court which remanded him in police custody till November 9, the official said.
Recommended For You
- Nick Jonas Explains 'Saat Pheras' on Chat Show, Says He Is 'Locked in for Good'
- ICJ Rules in favour of India: A Timeline of Kulbhushan Jadhav Case
- Watch: Airline Passenger Caught Using Toes to Scroll Through In-Flight Entertainment
- Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro and K20 India Launch: Price, Availability, Features, and More
- BS-VI Fuel Available at Same Cost as Regular Fuel in Delhi, Prices set to Increase in April 2020