Pregnant woman’s murder case unraveled

Pregnant woman’s murder case unraveled

Hyderabad: Four persons from Bihar, who were allegedly involved in butchering a pregnant woman and leaving her sliced body in a gunny bag at Kondapur Botanical Garden, were paraded before the media by the police on Tuesday.

The accused were identified as Mamatha Jha, Anil Jha, Amarkanth Jha and Vikas. It may be mentioned here that on January 31, body pieces of a woman stuffed in a gunny bag was found near the Botanical Garden. As many as 150 CCTV cameras were checked to trace the bike and the house from where the accused had ferried the body.

According to the Cyberabad Police Commissioner Shandilya, the victim has been identified as Pinky, a native of Bihar. She was married 15 years ago. However, she separated from her husband and later started living with Vikas.

The CP said Vikas, also from Bihar, was having an extra-marital affair with another woman on Mamatha Jha. Knowing the whereabouts of Vikas,, Pinky also shifted to Hyderabad and came to know that Vikas was living with Mamatha in Siddiqui Nagar near Madhapur. Pinky accosted Vikas and Mamtha about their illicit relationship.

On the intervening night of January 28 and the 29, Mamatha, along with her paramour Vikas, husband Anil and son Amarkanth, attacked Pinky and hacked her to death at their house in Siddiquinagar. Later, they used a stone cutter to chop the body into pieces and stuffed it into a gunny bag and abandoned it at Botanical Garden in Kondapur. (NSS)