Chennai man sets ablaze woman, family over unrequited love


She was rushed to Kipauk Medical College Hospital where she succumbed to her injuries. The victim's mother is said to have suffered 49 per cent burns and her is said to be in the ICU. She used to work in an IT company, according to reports.

The 25-year old accused Aakash, who ran away from the spot after committing the crime, was arrested later by the police.

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As per The News Minute, Aakash, who lives in the neighbourhood, landed up outside Indhuja's residence on Monday night. While a few reports have claimed that the accused is an engineering graduate, another report stated that he is a college dropout.

He went to her house at Saraswathi Nagar in Adambakkam on Monday night after she didn't respond to his calls and set her ablaze after pouring kerosene on her. He began harassing her after she rejected.

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Her parents were looking for a groom for her and placed advertisements on matrimonial sites. Her mother Renuka and younger sister Nivedhika suffered 50% and 20% burn injuries, respectively.

In a shocking incident, a woman was allegedly burnt alive by a classmate who had been stalking her for a month. When a reluctant Indhuja opened the door, the jilted lover is said to have thrown petrol on her, dousing her mother and sister in the process. The woman died while undergoing treatment in a hospital. On hearing the cries of the victim, her neighbours rushed to help the family and rushed them to the hospital.

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The accused, Aakash, absconded right after but was caught on Tuesday morning. Her father was not at home when the entire incident happened.