On Tuesday morning, a married couple and their domestic help were discovered murdered inside their home in West Delhi’s Hari Nagar neighborhood. Police arrested two men in connection with the case, but the main conspirator remains at large.
Sameer Ahuja (38), his wife Shalu (35), and domestic help Sapna have been identified as the deceased (33).
On Tuesday, November 1, around 9.15 a.m., Hari Nagar police station received information about a burglary in the Ashok Nagar area.
Triple Murder in Delhi.
Husband, wife and maid have been murdered in West #Delhi‘s Harinagar. Police reached the spot and started investigation with the help of #CCTV.#Murder #Delhi #India #CrimeCapital pic.twitter.com/rn54w4spf3
— Chaudhary Parvez (@ChaudharyParvez) November 1, 2022
According to police, the bodies of Shalu and the maid have discovered with their throats slit on the ground floor of the four-story house, while Sameer was discovered dead on the first floor with multiple injuries to his face and head. According to the DCP, the victims were stabbed with a sharp object.
According to the officer, the couple’s minor daughter was alive and sleeping on the first floor in the hall. The police said they recovered a pan from the scene that they believe the accused used to hit Sameer on the head.
The main conspirator who is on the run and his girlfriend used to work in Shalu’s saloon. However, they were both fired about 10 days ago due to their unprofessional attitude, and Sameer also abused them.
Shalu was discovered to have fired the couple after learning of their relationship. According to the DCP, the duo planned to exact revenge after feeling humiliated and discussed it with Sujit and Sachin.
Sachin (19), a resident of Najafgarh, and Sujeet (21), a resident of Uttam Nagar, were arrested, according to deputy commissioner of police (west) Ghanshyam Bansal.
The main conspirator also recruited the other three people. They all arrived prepared and carried out the plan. The maid was present when the incident occurred, so they killed her as well, according to the DCP.