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ANOTHER BAD STORY OF LIVING RELATIOSNHIP: MOTHER AND SON ARRESTED IN BLIND MURDER CASE, BODY WAS FOUND IN PIECES IN PLASTIC BAGS

November 28, 2022 05:45 PM

 Face2News/New Delhi

A dedicated team of NDR of Crime Branch, R.K Puram, New Delhi has arrested two accused persons namely Poonam Devi, 48 Yrs and Deepak, 25 Yrs both R/o Kalyanpuri, Delhi, in case FIR No.- 420/2022 U/s 302/201 IPC PS Pandav Nagar, Delhi. The lady accused was living with the deceased since 2011. With their arrest, the identity of the deceased has been established. Deceased’s mobile phone and clothes of accused persons seen in the CCTV footage while disposing off body parts have also been recovered. 

On 05.06.2022, on receipt of an information, officers of PS Pandav Nagar reached Ram Leela Ground, where they found a plastic bag and human organs lying at the edge of the deserted bushes on the north side of the ground. On reaching the spot, the lower part of a human leg was found lying in a decomposed state. Adjoining to it, another human body part was visible in a white polythene along with the plastic bag with “Chick Peas” written on it. Mobile Crime Team of the East Distt. was called for inspection of the scene and FSL Team was also informed to come to the spot.

The plastic bag was cut open with the help of blade in the presence of Crime Team and two white colored polythene bags were found. A human leg portion below the knee and another body part seemed like a human thigh were found. Another human thigh-like body part was also found in a polythene bag lying nearby.

The Crime Team inspected the spot. After some time, the team of FSL also reached the spot, and examined it and searched for other body parts around Ram Leela Ground and in the forest area, but other body parts could not be recovered. Recovered body parts were shifted to LBS Hospital after inspection by the FSL Team.

Mr. Ravindra Singh Yadav, IPS, Special Commissioner of Police, Crime, said, during the course of investigation, the doctor opined that the deceased was an adult male. During further course of invesed that on the intervening night 31.05.22 and 01.06.22, one lady and a man with a plastic bag had disposed off the plastic bags at a deserted place in Ram Leela Ground, East Delhi.

After the examination on 06.06.22, the above decomposed body parts were got preserved in the LBS Hospital. It appeared, that after brutally killing some unknown person at some unknown place, and further cutting the dead body into pieces with a sharp weapon, the accused put some of these parts at the above Scene of Crime (SOC) i.e. Ram Leela Ground with the intention of destroying the evidence and the other body parts seems to been hidden at some other places. Subsequently a case vide FIR No. 420/2022 U/s 302/201 IPC PS Pandav Nagar was registered and investigation was carried out. Later on, the head/skull of the deceased was also recovered from a plastic bag, but the face of deceased could not be recognized due to decomposition. 

Crime Branch sleuths have been tasked to work out the unsolved heinous cases of all districts and police stations of Delhi. This was an important case and a special team of NDR, Crime Branch, R.K. Puram was tasked to work on it, as it was a case of brutal killing and dismembering of body and even after 06 months of the gruesome crime, it remained clueless. Neither the identity of the deceased nor of the accused person(s) was known nor there was any inkling of the actual place of murder.

It was an extremely difficult task as a span of around 06 months had already passed after the incident, and many teams had already worked upon every aspect to crack the case but there was no breakthrough. To develop the information and work upon it, a team comprising of SIs Amit Grewal, Anuj Kumar, ASI Ashok, Vikas Kumar, Narender Godara, Kirpal, HC Rahul, Irshad, Nahanji, Kamal Godara, Suryadev, Ravinder, Ct. Satyawan under the supervision of Insp. Rakesh Kumar and overall supervision of ACP/NDR Umesh Barthwal was constituted by Sh. Amit Goel, DCP/Crime.

tigation, CCTV footages of nearby areas where body parts were found were re-checked and it was observMr. Ravindra Singh Yadav, IPS, Special Commissioner of Police, Crime, said, during the course of investigation, the doctor opined that the deceased was an adult male. During further course of invesed that on the intervening night 31.05.22 and 01.06.22, one lady and a man with a plastic bag had disposed off the plastic bags at a deserted place in Ram Leela Ground, East Delhi.Mr. Ravindra Singh Yadav, IPS, Special Commissioner of Police, Crime, said, during the course of investigation, the doctor opined that the deceased was an adult male. During further course of invesed that on the intervening night 31.05.22 and 01.06.22, one lady and a man with a plastic bag had disposed off the plastic bags at a deserted place in Ram Leela Ground, East Delhi.

Further, after scrutinizing the CCTV footage, it was found that on 01.06.22 during day time also the same suspicious lady and man were seen near the spot where that plastic bag containing body parts of deceased was found. Technical Surveillance and local information were built up. On the basis of technical surveillance, the suspected persons were interrogated, but no fruitful results came out.

The team worked hard and examined records of all missing persons of the area as well as adjoining districts of Delhi and UP. The breakthrough came when the team got inputs and established that one person has been missing since the incident, but there is no missing report lodged in this regard.

One Anjan Das was missing for the last 5-6 months and his family members neither reported it to police nor made any efforts to trace him. The body parts that were found in Ramlila Ground around 5-6 months back could be related to the missing Anjan Das and the lady and man seen in the CCTV footage looked like his family members.

Thereafter, the team succeeded to trace the address of Anjan Das at Trilokpuri. His family members Poonam Devi and Deepak were residing. They were questioned. On thorough and sustained interrogation, they came up with conflicting versions, and later after scientific interrogation, they disclosed that they both hatched a conspiracy to murder Anjan Das and after killing him they cut his body parts into pieces and dumped the parts at various places in plastic bags at Ramlila Ground and Ganda Nala, New Ashok Vihar, Delhi. Further, mobile of deceased Anjan Das and the clothes worn by the accused which were seen in CCTV footage during disposal of body parts were also recovered at their instance.

INTERROGATION: Accused Poonam Devi R/o Trilokpuri, Delhi, Age-48 Yrs, is a permanent resident of Village-Bikhaudi, Distt-Devgarh, Jharkhand and got married at the age of 13 yrs to one Sukhdev Tiwari R/o Aara, Bihar. She was blessed with one daughter with the wedlock at the age of 14 yrs. Her husband Sukhdev Tiwari went to Delhi for work but never came back, so in the year 1997, she along with her daughter came to Delhi in search of him.

Further, when she reached Delhi, she searched her husband but could not trace him. Thereafter, she met one Kallu R/o Trilokpuri, Delhi and started living with him. She was blessed with one son namely Deepak (co-accused) and two daughters from Kallu. One of her daughters died at the age of 4 Yrs by falling off the roof. Kallu was an alcoholic and did not do any work for living.

In the year 2011, she met Anjan Das (deceased) who worked as Lift Mechanic and was residing at upper floor of her building on rent. As Kallu was alcoholic and did not pay attention to her, so she became close to Anjan Das and started liking him. In the year 2016, Kallu expired because of liver failure and she started living with Anjan Das.

Later, she came to know that Anjan Das was already married and was having 08 children (07 daughters & 01 son) from his first wife. Anjan Das stopped doing any work and used all her earnings for his expenses. He started stealing her jewellery/ cash and sent it to his first wife/children in Bihar, due to which they had quarrelled many times. Poonam Devi’s son, Deepak (aged about 25 Yrs) got married in the year 2018 and is having one son aged 03 Yrs., and started living in a nuclear family at H.No. 20/244, Ist floor, Kalyanpuri, Delhi.

In March-April 2022, Poonam came to know that Anjan Das was having an evil eye towards her divorced daughter as well as daughter in law (Deepak’s Wife). He even tried to molest and attempted to rape. Poonam Devi and Deepak got very frustrated and angry due to Anjan Das’s constant lecherous habits. So, in April 2022, she along with her son Deepak hatched the conspiracy to eliminate Anjan Das. On 30.05.2022, they along with Anjan Das were present at her room i.e H.No 4/189, Ist Floor Block 4, Trilokpuri, Delhi. They served alcohol to Anjan Das and added sleeping pills to make him dizzy. Deepak had already arranged dagger and knife for killing him and when Anjan Das felt dizzy, they seized the opportunity and stabbed him with the dagger and knife over neck, chest and abdomen, etc. After killing Anjan Das, his dead body was kept in the room and when in the next morning the blood got drained from dead body, they cleaned the blood from the room. Further, they cut the deceased’s body into various pieces, preserved them in a fridge and later kept them in different plastic bags. Further, whenever they got the opportunity, they dumped those plastic bags having body pieces at Ramlila Ground and near Ganda Nala, New Ashok Nagar, Delhi. Then again they cleaned the room as well as the refrigerator by using phenyl etc.

PROFILE OF ACCUSED: Accused Poonam Devi R/o Trilokpuri, Delhi, Age-48 Yrs, is illiterate and has two daughters and one son.. Accused Deepak R/o H.No- 20/244, Ist Floor, Kalyanpuri, Delhi, Age-25 Yrs. has studied upto 5th standard only. He is living at above address on rent with his wife and one daughter. He works as waiter in parties, functions etc.

RECOVERY: Mobile phone of deceased recovered., Clothes worn by accused persons seen in footage recovered.

 
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