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New Delhi: In yet another case of "honour killing" in the capital, a class IV government employee and his lover were murdered allegedly by the woman's husband and cousins, her brother and one of her paramours.
The incident was reported from south Delhi's Sarojini Nagar and the victims have been identified as Uttam Kumar and Anju. Six persons, including Anju's husband Karambir, were arrested in this regard.
The arrested have been identified as Anju's alleged paramour Navin Kumar (24), Jagphool (23), Shokeen (24), Manoj (27) and Rishi Das (21), her brother.
"The murders were at the hands of close family members.
It is a case of honour killing," a senior police official said. Anju and Uttam Kumar belonged to different castes.
The incident came to light following investigations into a complaint filed Kumar's brother Keshav on June 27 that the former was missing since June 19.
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