The youth cut aunt's body into ten pieces with a stone cutter and threw them at different places in the forest.
Jaipur: In yet another heinous crime like the Shraddha Walkar murder case, a gruesome murder case has also come to the fore in Rajasthan’s Jaipur. 32-Year-old nephew brutally murdered his 64-year-old widow aunt and cut her dead body into ten pieces and threw them in the forest. The police arrested the accused due to mismatch of statements. Police say that the accused is well educated and seems to be a psychopath.
Police say that the young man hit his aunt’s head with a hammer and killed her. After this, he cut the dead body into ten pieces with a stone cutter and threw them at different places in the forest.
A 32-year-old youth named Anuj Sharma is accused of killing his 64-year-old widow Tai. His mother lived with her family. It is alleged that while she was making tea, he hit her on the head. After the murder, his body was cut into ten pieces. He packed those pieces in buckets and suitcases and threw them in the forest.
Jaipur Police Commissioner Anand Srivastava said, “He first lodged a missing report, but his statements were not matching. Then we found blood in the kitchen. He was also seen in CCTV leaving with suitcases and buckets.”
Anuj was alone with his 64-year-old Tai during the incident. The rest of the family members were away. It is said that when Tai stopped him from going to Delhi, he attacked him.
Police say that the accused appears to be a psychopath. He has no remorse for cutting the old woman’s dead body into ten pieces.
Anand Srivastava said, “He appears to be a psychopath. He is well educated. He is associated with ISKCON, where love is taught, but it is surprising that he committed such a heinous act.” A case has been registered against Anuj for murder and destruction of evidence.