Woman techie found dead in Delhi flat
A 22-year-old woman, working with a renowned software company in Gurgaon, was today found dead in her south Delhi home with injury marks on her body, three days before she was to get married.delhi Updated: Jun 11, 2010 13:43 IST
A 22-year-old woman, working with a renowned software company in Gurgaon, was on Friday found dead in her south Delhi home with injury marks on her body, three days before she was to get married.
Monica Jaiswal, who belonged to Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh, was found dead in her rented flat in Madangir area around 7.20 am Friday, police said.
Her parents, who live in Kanpur, came to Delhi after finding no response to their calls on Monica's mobile phone.
"They found her house locked and broke open the door. Monica was found lying dead on the bed and her body bore several injury marks. We have sent her body for autopsy," said Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (south) SK Jain.
Jain said the cause of death would be ascertained after the post-mortem report.
Monica was working with IBM at Gurgaon and had been staying in Madangir for one-and-a-half years.
Her fiance Ravi Mishra and friends are being interrogated. Friends told police she was supposed to get marry to Mishra June 14.
"I was trying her number but there was no response. We reached Delhi and found her door locked. Her head and other body parts had several injury marks...," said Ravinder Jaiswal, Monica's father.