Raipur: In a chilling chain of events revealed, a suspect called up the victim’s mother and dared her to save her burning daughter and family members.
According to reports, the triple murder of a couple and their one-year-old daughter came to light on Tuesday in Chhattisgarh’s Raipur, Indiatoday reports.
The brutal triple has left the area locals in shock and disbelief as the victims were subjected to brutality before the accused burned them.
Reports said the victim’s mother received a call where a man told her that her daughter is burning at her house.
When the Kotwali Police entered the victim’s house they witnessed stench of burning flesh with blood splattered over the walls.
The two adults were subjected to inhuman brutalities while their one-year-old baby was strangulated to death.
The former husband of the deceased is the suspect in the case as he is absconding since the day of the triple murder in Chhattisgarh’s Durg district.
“Your daughter and her husband are burning, come and see,” said the caller who spoke to the deceased’s mother on Tuesday morning. The victim’s mother soon informed the Police for help who rushed to the area but could not save the victims as they found charred bodies lying inside the house.
Police said the woman has been identified as Manju Sharma, who had married a carpenter named Ravi Sharma.
On reaching the location, Police found the body of Manju tied up and her hands and feet were tied with ropes while her mouth was shut with a duct-tape.
The killer has also left a note outside the door of the house where the three bodies were found. The note read, “The woman had multiple affairs with men and that caused the death of my brother”.