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14 November 2017, 06:49 | Israel Caldwell
Engineer burnt alive by spurned lover on the doorstep of her home in Chennai
In a shocking incident, a 21-year-old engineer in Chennai was burnt alive on Monday night allegedly by her former classmate who had been stalking her for about a month. The victim's mother Renuka (44) and sister Nivedha (20) also sustained severe burn injuries while trying to rescue her.
According to the police, the incident took place in Adambakkam area of Chennai on Monday at around 8.45 pm, reportedCNN-News18. Indhuja and her family were initially reluctant to open the door, but Aakash persisted, claiming he only wanted to speak to Indhuja for a few minutes.
Induja's relatives alleged that Akash had been pursuing Induja against her wishes for almost a month.
Akash, 23 years old, who has been detained by the police for setting ablaze the three was stalking the woman for over a month.
Akash then splashed petrol on Induja and used a lighter to set her ablaze.
. However, it was said to be a completely one-sided affair as Indhuja had never shown interest in him beyond friendship.
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