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The daughter of a journalist who was shot dead by her husband on his way home from work in New Delhi on Monday said she wants a gold necklace for herself.
Sister-in-law of journalist Arundhati Roy, Rupinder Roy, said she wanted to wear her gold necklace when her father-in.law was shot.
The 35-year-old reporter had recently been covering the protests of the ruling BJP in the city for The Times, where she had worked for more than a decade.
Sisters-in law of Rupindhati and Arunda Roy, photographed in New York, say they want to wear a gold wedding ring on their necks, while a photo of them wearing their mother’s necklace is also on the agenda.
“My mother would say, ‘My sister-in is going to be in a big wedding, it will be big.
You will be here with me’,” Rupendra Roy told The Times.
“But we have been given a big ring and we are not going to wear it, even though my mother wants to wear my necklace,” said Rupenajee.
The sisters-in.-law said they want a necklace that can be worn with their mothers jewelry or jewelry they have on their heads.
“She said, ‘I will wear your necklace, if you want, you will wear it with my necklace’,” RUPENAPED.
Arundha Roy’s sister, Rpini Roy, was also in New Zealand on Monday.
“I want to go to New Zealand, wear my mother’s wedding ring, with my gold necklace,” she said.
Sisters, Arundra and Rupender are among those killed on Monday by their husband Rajesh Kumar.