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Bhumi murder case: No breakthrough yet

india Updated: Sep 19, 2006 15:45 IST

POLICE HAVE so far failed to nab either Bhumi’s husband Manoj Ramchandani or his mother Dhanwantaribai. Though teams were sent to Ratlam, where Dhanwantaribai’s parents live and Bhopal, where her brother lives, they retuned empty handed.

Police suspect Manoj and Dhanwantaribai to be behind Bhumi’s murder, and their running away has made the police suspect them even more.

Police now believe that apart from the dowry angle, the bitterness between Bhumi and Dhanwantaribai might have spurred them to commit the murder. As of now, police are undecided whether Bhumi’s father-in-law Jamnadas Virchandani is involved in the murder or not.

Meanwhile, Bhumi’s father Rajesh Nachani reached the City and he said that his daughter did not share friendly relations with her mother-in-law. He said that they had been demanding a car for sometime and he would have given them that also for the sake of his daughter’s happiness, but they did not give him any time.

Bhumi had apparently, told her father during Rakhi, while commenting on her strained relations with her mother-in-law that ‘anything’ could happen to her, and she wanted to visit her parents in Udaipur.

Her father said that they had talked only two days ago. Soon after Bhumi’s marriage to Rajesh on April 22 this year, differences arose between Bhoomi and Dhanwantaribai.

Bhumi went back to her father’s house and stayed there for a month and then Rajesh and Bhumi went for a fortnight-long honeymoon and returned to Indore. There was peace for some time, but then problems started again.