His mother was called to the mortuary and the body was identified, the officer said. The body of a young woman found inside a suitcase near the Yamuna Expressway in Uttar Pradesh's Mathura last week has been identified to be of a 22-year-old from Delhi.
Lucknow: In the breaking development in case, the woman whose body was found in a suitcase near a service lane of the Yamuna Expressway in Mathura on Friday has been identified as a resident of Delhi’s Badarpur. The police gave this information on Sunday. A senior police officer said that the woman has been identified as 22-year-old Aarushi Yadav. His mother was called to the mortuary and the body was identified, the officer said.
Station in-charge M.P. Singh told that Yadav was originally from Gorakhpur in UP, but she was living in Delhi with her family. UP Police has registered an FIR under Indian Penal Code section 302 (murder) at the local police station. A special police team has been formed to identify and nab the accused.
The body of the 22-year-old woman was found wrapped in plastic in a large red suitcase near the Yamuna Expressway in Mathura last Friday.
The body had blood on her face and head, and there were injury marks all over her body, the police had said.
“We have got important clues. It is being said that the girl’s name is Aarushi Yadav and the father’s name is Nitesh Yadav. The family is based inBadarpur, Delhi,” a police official said.
The police suspect that the woman was killed somewhere else and later dumped near the expressway, which doesn’t see much traffic at night.
The suitcase was spotted by labourers, who then called the police. The suitcase was opened after the police arrived at the spot and found the body.