Stalker shocker from Chennai: Woman dies after jilted lover sets her on fire along with mother, sister

In yet another unnerving incident, a jilted lover killed the girl who rejected him. The man set the woman on fire in Chennai last night. The girl’s family was also injured in the incident.
The man had claimed his love for his former classmate from an engineering school, Indhuja, a while back. After she turned him down, he went around stalking her for over a month. The stalking is said to have gotten so bad that Indhuja had stopped going to work.
Indhuja’s uncle told reporters that the jilted lover turned up at Indhuja’s house in Adambakkam AGS Colony, Saraswathi Nagar, at around 9pm last night, and requested to talk to her. When a reluctant Indhuja opened the door, the jilted lover is said to have thrown petrol on her, dousing her mother and sister in the process.
However, other reports claim that there had been an altercation between Indhuja and the stalker first, after which he poured the petrol on her. A report on The New Minute quotes a neighbour of Indhuja’s, who said he had intervened and taken the can of petrol from the stalker, but before he could stop him, he lit Indhuja on fire.
Indhuja’s mother and sister, who had also been doused in petrol, caught fire as well. As people tried to make sense of the situation, the jiled lover ran away. He was arrested earlier this morning.
Indhuja was taken to the Kilpauk Medical College (KMC) hospital in Chennai, where she succumbed to her injuries today morning. Her mother and sister currently getting treated in the same hospital, and are said to be in a critical condition.

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