14 injuries and stretch marks on neck were found on Sanjana’s body

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Woman Murders Mother-in-Law for Property: Mumbai

70-year-old Sanjana Patil was murdered by her adopted son's 34-year-old wife, Anjana Dinesh Patil at her residence in Chembur, Mumbai. Despite owning four flats in Mumbai, it is reported that Sanjana had a habit of begging outside a Jain temple. Upon being brought to Rajawadi hospital, the family initially said that she slipped and fell down in the bathroom. Later, the investigations revealed it was a murder.

Sun, 19 Jul 2020 - 03:29 PM / by Atishay Jain

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