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Shraddha-Like Murder In Delhi, Woman Chops Husband’s Body Into Pieces

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The Crime Branch arrested a woman and her son in Delhi’s Pandav Nagar for murdering her husband. According to the news agency ANI, both of them chopped off the body in several pieces and kept it in the refrigerator.

They used to throw the pieces into the nearby ground, according to the Delhi Police Crime Branch. The news agency shared a video of the incident, which was confirmed by the Delhi Police Crime Branch.


The mother-son team cut the body into several pieces and refrigerated it. The accused’s residence, where the murder occurred, is in the Trilokpuri neighborhood of Delhi.


Accused woman Poonam & son Deepak arrested for killing her husband Anjan Das at Trilokpuri residence, chopping off his body & disposing of pieces in the nearby ground.


Poonam and her son Deepak, according to police, first killed Anjan Das by giving him sleeping pills, then chopped up his body and stored it in the refrigerator.

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They then began dumping the body in various areas of Pandav Nagar and East Delhi on a daily basis.

According to reports, police officers patrolling the area noticed a foul odour coming from near the bushes in the Ramlila grounds, in front of 20 Block, Kalyanpuri in the PS Pandav Nagar area. The information was immediately forwarded to the local police station, Pandav Nagar. SHO and staff arrived at the scene after receiving the information and discovered a bag containing severed human parts stuffed in a bag.


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