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Lifer for killing wife, daughter

Judge of the Mahila Court A. Vara Prasada Rao on Monday has sentenced a man to serve life imprisonment and pay a fine of Rs. 10,000 for murdering his wife and also a six-year-old daughter, in the sensational case that was reported in April 2008 in Malkapuram area.

The post-mortem report turned crucial in the case after the accused Kanumula Boyi Naidu (28) tried to project the deaths were due to electric shock.
According to prosecution conducted by Additional Public Prosecutor S. Ramamurthy Naidu Boyi Naidu, a native of Attili in Palakonda mandal of Srikakulam district, married Rama Devi in 2000. He was working in a wine shop and residing at Indira Priyadarshini colony in Malkapuram. The couple has two children. Later he developed an illicit relationship with an employee of medical department working at Vizianagaram and this has led to frequent quarrels with his wife. The two had an argument on April 26, 2008 and Boyi Naidu returned home drunk and strangulated his wife with an electric wire. As his daughter Harika (6) was watching him killing her mother, he had also killed the girl by strangulating with the electric wire. He tried to project the deaths due to electric shock, but following a complaint filed by a local social worker P. Masenamma, the Malkapuram Police registered a case and the then Inspector C.M. Naidu investigated the case and arrested Boyi Naidu. The post-mortem report proved that it was a case of murder.

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