The man, along with other relatives, began looking for his aunt after telling the police that she was missing.
Dec. 17, Jaipur: A man purportedly killed his auntie. He hacked the body into pieces. Then unloaded them at better places close to Delhi interstate. Police said on Saturday.
They claimed that he then reported his aunt’s disappearance to the police and began searching for her and other relatives.
However, the police became suspicious of him and questioned him, at which point he admitted that on December 11, he had hammered his aunt to death.
Police said that the man, 33-year-old Anuj Sharma alias Achitya Govind Das, was taken into custody on Thursday.
For the past seven to eight years, Sharma had been associated with the “Hare Krishna” movement.
However, a spokesperson for the organization in Jaipur stated that Sharma had not been active for a year since his mother’s death.
During the test, it was observed that his explanations were deluding, following which his exercises were checked, police said.
He was recorded leaving his house carrying a suitcase on video surveillance. They claimed that a relative had observed him cleaning blood stains near the house’s kitchen.
Hence, Anuj Sharma was kept on December 13. According to police, he admitted to killing his aunt by striking her in the head with a hammer during questioning.
Saroj Sharma was the spouse of his dad’s senior sibling and had been living with them after the passing of her better half in 1995, they said.
They added that Anuj Sharma’s mother had passed away last year.
According to police, the accused and the victim were alone in the house on December 11 because Anuj Sharma’s father had left for Indore.
Despite Anuj Sharma’s desire to travel to Delhi, the woman declined. They claim that after a heated argument, he struck her with a hammer.
The fracas occurred in the kitchen. According to police, the suspect dragged the body to the bathroom and used a marble cutter to cut it into eight to ten pieces.
“The accused dumped the body parts in separate locations on the Delhi highway in a suitcase. A large portion of the body parts have been recuperated,” Representative Magistrate of Police (North) Paris Deshmukh said.
The murder of a 27-year-old girl in Delhi, Shraddha Walker, allegedly committed by her live-in partner, is comparable to this incident.