Date turns macabre: Man murders wife of ex-IAF commander in Dwarka, steals Rs 50 lakh in coins and jewelry


The 56-yr vintage man, who killed the wife of a retired IAF Wing Commander in Dwarka, had met her on a cellular courting software, and the night of the crime, coaxed her to drink a copious amount of liquor before smothering her with a pillow, police said Tuesday. After committing the crime, the accused decamped with coins and jewelry worth Rs 50 lakh, they stated.

Date turns macabre: Man murders wife of ex-IAF commander in Dwarka, steals Rs 50 lakh in coins and jewelry 1

The accused – Dinesh Dixit, a resident of Jaipur in Rajasthan- became married twice and used to paint as a property supplier. On Friday morning, Meenu Jain, fifty-two, the wife of a former IAF Wing Commander, became determined mendacity unconscious at her residence in Dwarka Sector-7. Later, the sufferer was shifted to Ayushman Hospital in Sector-10 of Dwarka, where she was declared dead, stated Anto Alphonse, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Dwarka).

During interrogation, Dixit disclosed that he contacted Jain through a cell relationship utility and began traveling with her.
On Thursday, Dixit came to Delhi to fulfill Jain, and each went out for lunch collectively. They each have been inside the house on the nighttime of the incident. Finding valuables within the home, Dixit made the victim drink alcohol, police said. Upon seeing her subconscious, Dixit accrued all valuables, cash, jewelry, and cell phones from the residence and then smothered her with a pillow before fleeing the house.

A thorough search of the residence discovered that the cellular phones, gold and diamond jewelry, and other treasured gadgets worth 50 lakh had been missing, the police said. The entry into the residence was “pleasant,” police said, adding that they then started searching for the deceased’s social media money.
An evaluation of the CCTV cameras of the society’s gates revealed that a suspicious vehicle had entered the residential complex with the deceased’s permission. The access and exit of the car changed to visible from the front gate on Thursday afternoon. Later, the automobile again entered the society at around 9:15 p.m., leaving the complicated Friday morning at around 5:21 a.m.

Investigations found out that the vehicle had a fake wide variety plate. The deceased’s Google map timeline was determined to be activated, which also corroborated along with her journey to Janakpuri Delhi. The map also confirmed the victim’s journey closer to Gurugram in the morning, police stated. The CCTV footage from the toll gates of Kherki Daulla was analyzed. The suspected vehicle became visible, crossing the toll gates closer to Jaipur in the morning.

The next toll of Sahajahanpur became additionally checked, and the suspected vehicle was once more visible crossing that gate. The call detail statistics (CDRs) of the sufferer, having contacts of Rajasthan mobile telephone numbers, were analyzed and compared with the suspected vehicle records. Police then raided Sikar, where the alleged vehicle changed into registered, but the automobile couldn’t be traced. Later on, based on CDR, police reached Jaipur and arrested Dixit.