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Rohit Shekhar murdered for property or love triangle?

The Rohit Shekhar murder plot thickens with the victim's mother adding multiple shades to the story with a spate of allegations against her daughter-in-law

[pullquote]Ujjwala has accused Apurva of trying to grab the property belonging to her sons Rohit and Siddharth; also, Apurva had had an affair with a man, alleged Rohit’s mother[/pullquote]

New Delhi: They worked together in court where they fell in love with each other. The love story continued for a year and then they got married. Within a year of marriage, the wife turned out the main suspect behind the death of her husband. This is not the script of any film, but the story of both Rohit Shekhar, son of late Narayan Dutt Tiwari, and his wife Apurva Shukla, who was arrested today and who reportedly has confessed to her role in the murder of her husband.

The entry of the third and fourth character has helped the case reach a horrific stage, which hardly anyone imagined.

Rohit and Apurva got married in the Ashoka Hotel in Delhi on 12 May last year (2018). Celebrities from politics, society and corporate attended the function. They got engaged a month before their marriage in April and prior to this, their eyes met at the Supreme Court. That’s when their love story began.

Rohit, Apurva aur woh

Shekhar’s mother Ujwala Sharma revealed, after his death, how their relationship soured since the first day.

In the midst of everything, there is speculation about another person’s involvement in the relationship. It also seems that the woman is related to Ujwala and ND Tiwari.

According to Ujwala, Apurva had had an affair with a man and Rohit got wind of it, which seems to be the cause for their relationship going downstream.

Property angle

Now that Apurva, along with six other people, is a suspect, Rohit’s mother Ujwala has made shocking revelations about the case. She has accused Apurva of trying to grab the property belonging to her sons Rohit and Siddharth (son from her first marriage).

According to Ujwala, this property is located near the Supreme Court, which makes it a prime property.

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