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Crime and Accident

Body of missing woman found stuffed in jute bag

Tuesday, 22 January 2013
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Mumbai, January 22:

The body of a 30-year-old widow, who had gone missing from Ghatkopar area yesterday, was today found in a jute sack in suburban Mulund.

She had been stabbed and stuffed into the jute sack before being abandoned, the police said.

According to the Mulund Police, the deceased has been identified as Pratiksha Bhojane, a mother of three, who used
to work as a housemaid. She used to stay with her children in Bhatwadi, Ghatkopar.

Police said the body was found by some sweepers, who were cleaning the N S Road in Mulund this morning. They opened the sack to see what was inside and were alarmed to see the body.

Officers from the Ghatkopar police station, where a missing person's complaint was registered yesterday, reached
the Rajawadi hospital to identify the body that had been taken there for post-mortem.

The body was identified by the victim's sister.

----------------PTI

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