Odisha man kills wife after fight over tea

The trouble started Monday morning when accused Mahalia Nayak asked his wife Jhana, one year younger to him, to serve him tea. Enraged by the delay, he had a heated argument with her

Aishwarya Yerra August 22, 2014 11:53:08 IST
Odisha man kills wife after fight over tea

Bhubaneshwar: A 56-year-old-man killed his wife in Odisha's Dhenkanal district as she delayed serving him tea, police said on Friday.

The incident took place on Wednesday at Guhalipal village, about 110 km from Bhubaneswar but came to light after police arrested the man a day later.

The trouble started on Monday morning when accused Mahalia Nayak asked his wife Jhana, 55, to serve him tea. Enraged by the delay, he had a heated argument with her, investigating officer Dasarathi Nath told IANS.

Odisha man kills wife after fight over tea

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The trouble intensified when the man continued to argue with his wife after she refused to cook and serve him food, he said.

Nayak raised the issue again on Wednesday night and when the argument deepened, he lost his temper and killed her with a sharp weapon, Nath said.

Police have arrested Nayak after he confessed to the crime, he said.

IANS

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