Mumbai: Secret of woman’s dead body found in suitcase revealed, live-in lover had murdered her due to suspicion

Mumbai Murder Mystery solved: Last Sunday (November 19), there was a sensation when a suitcase full of a woman’s body was found at the metro construction site in Kurla area of ​​Mumbai. As soon as the information was received, the bomb squad was first called after seeing the suspicious bag. Later, when the suitcase was opened, the woman’s body was found inside. Mumbai Police Crime Branch has now solved the mystery of this murder case and suitcase mystery. The police have also arrested an accused in this case. 

Mumbai Police Crime Branch DCP Raj Tilak Roshan told that when the eyes of the entire country were fixed on the final match of the Cricket World Cup. This suitcase was recovered on the same day and different police teams were formed to solve its mystery.

The police team traced the accused with the help of CCTV cameras installed at the spot and intelligence. Based on the information, the police started searching for the accused. The police have caught 22-year-old accused Askar Manoj Barla who was planning to flee to Odisha.

The woman used to do housekeeping work.

During police interrogation, the accused told that he and his live-in partner Pratima Pawal Kispatta were together for the last two years and were living in Dharavi area for about a month. The woman used to work as housekeeping and she had left this job a few days ago. Accused Askar Manoj Barla had doubts about the character of the woman and felt that while she was doing housekeeping work, her new lover was also working there. 

The accused was planning to take the suitcase of the dead body to Odisha
The accused strangled his live-in partner to death and the woman He was trying to take his dead body to Odisha by putting it in a suitcase. He had also reached Mumbai’s Lokmanya Tilak Terminus with him, but he was scared after seeing the police presence at the station. He kept the suitcase in the auto and left it at a metro construction site. 

Both the accused and the deceased belong to the Christian community 

Police said that both the accused and the deceased woman belonged to the Christian community and had met each other in the church. Police have registered a case against the accused under sections 302, 201 of IPC and started investigation.  

Also read: Mumbai Murder: Dead body found in a suitcase again in Mumbai, miscreants killed the girl, then put it in a bag and threw it near the metro.

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