The Crime Branch arrested her husband from Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday, a day after a woman’s decomposed body was discovered in a Mumbai flat.
The accused has been identified as Hardik Shah, who was married to the deceased Megha Shah (40).
The Crime Branch turned over the accused to Tulinj police, who are investigating the incident.
During his interrogation by Tulinj police, the accused revealed the reason for the murder, stating that despite not earning money, his wife was spending money, and there used to be a disagreement about this. The argument became so heated that the husband strangled her to death.
The woman’s decomposed body was discovered inside a flat in the Vijay Nagar area of Nalasopara in Maharashtra’s Palghar district on February 14, according to police.
Tulinj police in Palghar sent the body for postmortem examination, filed a case under Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code, and began an investigation.
People in the neighbourhood called the cops because the apartment emitted an extremely foul odour.
A police team arrived at the location after receiving the information. The police had to break open the house door because it was locked.
The woman was discovered dead on the ground, with a strangulation mark on her neck.
According to the neighbours, the woman arrived a few days ago to rent a room in the building.
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