Shraddha murder case reminds of the story of cruelty that happened with Anupama, husband did 72 pieces after murder - Newztezz Online


Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Shraddha murder case reminds of the story of cruelty that happened with Anupama, husband did 72 pieces after murder

Crime News: After killing his wife Anupama Gulati, a software engineer in Dehradun crossed the limits of cruelty and cut her body into 72 pieces. This matter is of the year 2010.

2010 Anupama Case: The gruesome Shraddha Walker murder case that unfolded in Mehrauli, Delhi is reminiscent of the 'deep freezer massacre' of Dehradun 12 years ago, in which a software engineer crossed the limits of cruelty to kill his wife Anupama Gulati. After that his body was cut into 72 pieces. Experts believe that both the killers were suffering from a cruel mentality and they did not kill out of momentary impulse, but deliberately. He also says that the active role of family and friends can prevent such incidents.

The husband threw the pieces in the drain

The Anupama murder case in the year 2010 and the recently revealed Shraddha murder case not only have similarities in the dismemberment of the dead body with a saw, but in both the cases the killers bought fridges or deep freezers to hide the stench of the dead bodies. In order to dispose of the pieces of Shraddha's body, the way her alleged killer Aftab Poonawalla kept going to the forests of Mehrauli in the dark of night for 18 days, similarly Anupama's husband Rajesh Gulati also kept the pieces of her dead body one by one for several days. The tax kept on throwing it in the drain on Rajpur road near Mussoorie diversion.

In both the incidents, the murderers turned out to be so clever that even the neighbors did not know about the incident for months, even after the pieces of the body were present in the houses for several days. After the murder, Gulati continued to mislead Anupama's family and friends by sending messages through her email. At the same time, Poonawalla also kept updating Shraddha's social media status for several weeks.

Anupama was murdered on 17 October 2010, but it came to light on 12 December 2010 when her brother, who failed to contact his sister despite several attempts, approached the police with a complaint. However, in the Mehrauli murder case, Shraddha's friend informed her brother that her phone was switched off for a long time, after which her father lodged a missing report with the police.

Dehradun's then Senior Superintendent of Police Ganesh Singh Martolia, who supervised the investigation of the Anupama murder case, said in a conversation with news agency PTI that a person who commits such murders and dismemberment of dead bodies cannot be of normal mind. He said, I had not seen such a case in my entire career, in which so much cruelty was done with the dead body. 

Martolia, however, said that such killings do not happen suddenly and signals of crime in the form of quarrels between the couple and domestic violence are already there. The former Inspector General of State Police said that the role of family and friends is important in sensing the danger, who can stop such incidents by informing the police in time.

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