Honour killing: Brother, uncle in judicial custody
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The two accused, Aman and Jasmair Singh, in the honour killing case reported from Morni on July 24 were produced before the Panchkula district court on Tuesday, and were remanded to judicial custody.
The body of a 15-year-old girl was found hanging from a tree in Morni on July 24. She was a resident of Karnal, and had been staying at her uncle's place in Panchkula. Initial investigations revealed that the deceased had an affair with a boy from her village and her family was against the relationship. Police informed that it was a case of honour killing, and a case of murder was registered at the Chandimandir Police Station. Victim's brother Aman and her uncle Jasmair Singh were arrested on Monday.
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