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Telengana shocker! Man murdered 19-year-old girl by stabbing in eyes with screwdriver, throat slit with blade; body dumped in water tank

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Man kills girl with screwdriver and dumps body in water tank


In a horrifying incident that shocked the residents of Telangana’s Vikarabad district, a 19-year-old girl was brutally attacked and killed by unidentified man.

The perpetrator killed by stabbing her in the eyes with a screwdriver and slit her throat with a blade. The lifeless body of the victim was tragically discovered in a nearby pond, adding to the gruesome nature of the crime.

The incident occurred in Kaalapur village, sending shockwaves throughout the community. The young girl, identified as Juttu Sirisha, left her house at 11 p.m. on June 10 and this horrifying incident happened after that.

It was later when the locals stumbled upon the blood-soaked body in the pond and informed the authorities. The local Police have launched an investigation into the matter and further details of this case are awaited.

Man murdered 19-year-old girl by stabbing in eyes with screwdriver, throat slit with blade; body dumped in water tank

Woman Allegedly Murdered and Dismembered by Live-in Partner in Mumbai: Investigation Underway

In a shocking incident, the Mumbai Police have launched an investigation into the murder of Saraswati Vaidya, a 32-year-old woman who was allegedly killed by her live-in partner. The grim discovery was made on Wednesday when Vaidya’s body was found in her apartment located in the Mira Road district. The police have arrested the suspect, Manoj Sane, 56, on charges of murder, alleging that he brutally killed Vaidya and dismembered her body. Sane is currently in custody and has not yet made any public statement regarding the incident.

The investigation was initiated after residents of the building reported a foul smell emanating from the couple’s flat, prompting a call to the Nayanagar police station. Responding swiftly to the complaint, a team rushed to the spot and discovered decomposing body parts within the suspect’s residence, indicating that the murder may have taken place several days prior.

According to Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone 1), Jayant Bajbale, Manoj Sane and Saraswati Vaidya were involved in a live-in relationship and resided in the Geeta Akash Deep building. Following a heated argument, the woman was allegedly murdered by her partner, who subsequently dismembered her body with a cutter. The police determined it to be a clear case of murder upon entering the house and finding attempts to conceal evidence.

The motive behind the heinous crime is yet to be determined, and the police are actively investigating the circumstances leading up to the murder. The suspect remains in custody and is undergoing interrogation as part of the ongoing investigation.

This tragic incident echoes a similar case that occurred in May last year, where a man named Aaftab Poonawala murdered his live-in partner, Shraddha Walkar. Poonawala infamously chopped her body into pieces and stored them in a refrigerator at his residence in Mehrauli, South Delhi, for nearly three weeks before disposing of them in different locations throughout the capital. The Delhi Police filed an extensive 6,629-page charge sheet in the case on January 24, and charges have been framed against Aftab Poonawala by Delhi’s Saket court.

As the investigation into the recent murder in Mumbai unfolds, authorities and the public anxiously await more details about the motive behind this horrific act. Cases like these serve as reminders of the urgent need to address issues of domestic violence and ensure the safety and well-being of individuals involved in live-in relationships. The police’s swift action in apprehending the suspect and launching a thorough investigation is crucial to bringing justice to the victim and her family, as well as sending a strong message that such acts of violence will not be tolerated in society.

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