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A bank worker happens to be jailed for life for murdering their spouse in a bid to quit her exposing his homosexuality.
Jasvir Ram Ginday, 29, from Walsall, attacked Varkha Rani at a metal pipe to their home from the vacuum.
He strangled her then burnt her body in a yard incinerator, Wolverhampton Crown Court heard.
Judge John Warner told the court Ginday had struggled "being a homosexual guy in a right world". He told him he'd provide no less than 21 years in jail.
Ginday, of Victory Lane, had flown to go to their arranged wedding to Varkha, 24, from Asia, at a luxurious ceremony attended by as much as 700 visitors a year ago.
But he had told buddy he had been drawn to males as soon as 2008, stated prosecutor Deborah Gould.
Western Midlands Police stated Ginday ended up being frequenting gay bars and having relationships with guys across the period of their engagement to Varkha.