In a shocking incident in Bahadurpur village, Uttar Pradesh, 19-year-old Anjali Pal confessed to the brutal murder of her two younger sisters, Surabhi (6) and Roshni (7). Anjali, involved in a secret relationship, was caught in a compromising position with her lover when her sisters unexpectedly walked in. Fearing exposure, Anjali and her lover attacked the two girls with a shovel, resulting in their throats being slit.
Anjali, maintaining an eerie calm throughout the ordeal, even washed the murder weapon and her clothes afterward. The police, discovering blood-stained evidence, arrested Anjali after she confessed during questioning.
The perplexing behavior of the accused, coupled with her mobile addiction and exposure to explicit content, raises concerns about the influence of such factors on juvenile crime. The incident sparked a debate on reevaluating laws concerning juvenile criminals and the need for more stringent measures in certain cases.