Chennai engineer dies after alleged stalker sets her, family on fire

Chennai engineer dies after alleged stalker sets her, family on fire

Chennai engineer dies after alleged stalker sets her, family on fire

Last night, a 21-year-old Chennai woman was burnt alive at the doorstep of her home by her stalker for rejecting his marriage proposal. The victim's mother and sister have also been injured in the incident, as they tried to save the victim and have been hospitalized with severe burns.

The gory incident occurred at around 8.45 pm last night, when Akash went to Induja's home in Adambakkam and was refused entry to see her. The accused Aakash had been stalking her for over a month.

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According to the police, Akash first threatened to commit suicide by setting himself ablaze outside the house. When her parents started to look for groom for the victim, Akash got angry. Enraged, Aakash allegedly doused her in kerosene, set her on fire and fled from the spot, police said. However, it was said to be a completely one-sided affair as Indhuja had never shown interest in him beyond friendship.

When her mother and sister came to her rescue, the accused poured on them also.

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Upon hearing cries, neighbours rushed to call an ambulance, which they claim arrived after 40 minutes.

Indhuja was taken to the Kilpauk Medical College (KMC) hospital in Chennai, where she succumbed to her injuries on Tuesday morning.

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When the three women came out, he reportedly threw petrol on them and ignited it with a cigarette lighter. While a few reports have claimed that the accused is an engineering graduate, another report stated that he is a college dropout. "Knowing that my brother is working overseas, the accused came to Induja's residence".

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