The former bank employee then stuffed her body into a patio incinerator, doused her in petrol and set her alight
Jasvir Ginday, 29, throttled Varkha Rani, 24, just months after they smiled for pictures and tied the knot at a lavish arranged marriage ceremony in India attended by 700 people. The Royal Bank of Scotland employee then stuffed her body into a patio incinerator, doused her in petrol and set her alight.
A jury at Wolverhampton crown court heard how neighbours and passers-by had seen smoke with a strange smell coming from the couple’s marital home in Walsall, West Midlands. As the guilty verdict was read out, Ginday – who police say was 'living a lie' – stared down at the floor and was told that his actions were 'unbelievably casual and callous'.
Throughout the three-week trial, Ginday insisted he had accidentally killed Ms Rani while restraining her with a vacuum cleaner hose.
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