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What was cooking in her kitchen? Kills Hubby for Cook!

In any story of differences between the husband and wife, almost always the world has sympathy towards the wife. The women always somehow walk off with sympathy. But its not that they are without their share of sordid behavior! Remember this one where the wife fried her hubby and served him for dinner?

Here is another tale from India where a rich lady killed her hubby and dumped his body because she was in love with her cook!! Hmm so there was a lot cooking in the kitchen huh!!

A rich man’s wife in love with the cook, Niti Aggarwal could have been the Lady Chatterley of Pilibhit. But she gave her own story a more sordid twist — she conspired with her paramour and allegedly murdered her husband Aditya, owner of a sugar mill in Pilibhit, and dumped his body in Bhairot in Rajasthan.

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2 thoughts on “What was cooking in her kitchen? Kills Hubby for Cook!”

  1. I completely agree with you that when there is a story about differences between husband and wife, the woman always get all the sympathy. The woman can also be wrong. In this case, i feel that without knowing the facts and the truth the media have jumped to conclusions that the woman was being sexually abused by her husband. This might be totally baseless. And if she was being sexually abused then she should not have let the man in question into her house, repeatedly. She could have also reported it to the police. Such sweeping baseless statements, and accusations are an insult to the memory of the man.

  2. I completely agree with you that when there is a story about differences between husband and wife, the woman always get all the sympathy. The woman can also be wrong. In this case, i feel that without knowing the facts and the truth the media have jumped to conclusions that the woman was being sexually abused by her husband. This might be totally baseless. And if she was being sexually abused then she should not have let the man in question into her house, repeatedly. She could have also reported it to the police. Such sweeping baseless statements, and accusations are an insult to the memory of the man.

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