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Engineer kills aunt, dismembers body into 10 pieces


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Similar to the Shraddha murder case, another horrifying murder, committed in Jaipur, has come to the fore. A computer engineer killed his aunt by hitting on her head by a hammer. After which, he cut the dead body into 10 pieces with a marble cutter. The murderer then stuffed those pieces into a suitcase and a bucket and threw them at four different places, on the Delhi Road, which is 12 KM away from Jaipur. The culprit was arrested by the police after 5 days of the crime being committed.

The police then recovered 8 pieces of the body from three different spots. The murderer had confessed that 2 other pieces were thrown into a drain by him, which are yet to be found. The culprit is under police remand.

DCP North, Paris Deshmukh stated that the culprit, Anuj Sharma aka Achintya Govind Das, belongs in Ajmer, Rajasthan, and currently lived in Jaipur with his aunt, Saroj Sharma (age 64 years). On 11th December, his father and sister had gone to Indore, and in the meanwhile, Anuj had asked Saroj to go to Delhi along with him for a ‘kirtan’, for which Saroj refused, an argument followed, and she was then killed by Anuj.

Sonakshi Datta
Sonakshi Datta
Journalist who wants to cover the truth which others look the other way from.

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