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Mumbai show murder: Accused claims she took steps to document false assault case



Syed Muzammil, 19, the denounced, purportedly slaughtered hopeful model Mansi Dixit on October 15 a year ago.

Syed Muzammil, 19, the denounced, purportedly slaughtered hopeful model Mansi Dixit on October 15 a year ago. 


The young person who supposedly murdered 20-year-old hopeful model Mansi Dixit at his level in Oshiwara after she dismissed his lewd gestures has connected for safeguard. He has guaranteed Dixit requested cash from him and took steps to document a bogus assault or attack argument against him on the off chance that he neglected to do as such.


He likewise professed to have mental affliction and presented that he regularly starts physical battles with other individuals because of his forceful nature. He said he was a "harmony adoring" individual and named Dixit's demise a "mishap."


Syed Muzammil, 19, the denounced, supposedly slaughtered Dixit on October 15 a year ago.

In his safeguard application, Muzammil guaranteed he had an "inviting relationship" with Dixit through web-based social networking. Muzammil, a trying picture taker, said Dixit moved toward him for a portfolio shoot. "[Muzammil] disclosed to her that he doesn't have his camera or material, [but] she educated him that she had an extraordinary style photography camera and she was prepared to come [to his] home," peruses the supplication submitted under the watchful eye of the Dindoshi sessions court.


Muzammil has asserted Dixit landed at his home without the camera and there was a warmed contention between them. "She began requesting cash and took steps to record a bogus assault or attack case on the off chance that he doesn't pay her," he asserted. "On the off chance that somebody undermines him, at that point he isn't in his psychological condition to deal with the circumstance like a typical individual," Muzammil's promoter submitted under the steady gaze of the court. The adolescent said that after Dixit's risk, he drove her out and advised her to "get lost from here". Following his push, Dixit tumbled down and hit her head on the wooden stool, losing cognizance, he asserted.


The barrier presented that Muzammil was frightened and thought the young lady had kicked the bucket. "So he place her in (a) sack and left her out."


The court is probably going to settle on his safeguard application on April 3.

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