The other two were identified as Vikash, Jayamala's brother, and Raju Shinde. Police said that all three would be produced before the magistrate in the nearby court and brought to Chennai for inquiry. However, an official refused to comment whether the trio would be brought by flight or train.
The official said that police tracked the movements of the suspects with specific information before rounding them up in Agra. "Vikash is an advocate and it was his plan to escape to the north since it would be easy for them to hide, but we managed to find their whereabouts. They travelled by road all the way," added the official.
The city police had already arrested three persons in the murder case including the main accused Kailash, and Ravindranath Gar and Vijay Uttam Kamal and took 10-day custody of them on Wednesday for inquiry and grilled them over the night. They reportedly told police that Jayamala was subjected to sexual harassment by in-laws.
While one of the pistols used to kill Jayamala's husband Sheetal and parents-in-law Dali Chand and Pushpa Bhai has been retrieved, police are quizzing the trio about a missing pistol since no weapons have been seized from Vikash and Jayamala.