Delhi Police have information that Raju Gehlot, accused of killing his live-in partner Neetu Solanki, might be looking for a job at a call centre to survive because he has run out of money.
Having failed to arrest him so far, Delhi Police have now asked Nasscom to alert them in case Gehlot applies for a job at any of the call centres across the country. Solanki's body was found outside New Delhi railway station on February 11 inside an airbag, and the police believe Gehlot to be behind the murder.
"He is underground and could not be traced. To survive, he sold his belongings. And, as he worked with a call centre earlier, he could try to get a job there again. We have alerted Nasscom since they look after call centres across the country and have data of all employees working there," said a senior police officer requesting anonymity.
According to sources, Gehlot is hiding in Mumbai and not in contact with any of his family.
"It is difficult to trace him till he is underground. He will definitely look for a job to survive and chances are he would work with a call centre or some eating joints. We have taken measures to locate him in case he applies for job anywhere," the officer added.
The police had also announced a reward of Rs 50,000 for any information on Gehlot. He had reportedly dumped the body of law graduate Solanki near the railway station after stuffing it in a bag. Gehlot earlier worked with Indian Airlines but left the job and joined a call centre. He reportedly used to have regular fights with Solanki.
Solanki's body was found on February 11 and remained unidentified till February 23 when her father claimed the body.
According to her parents, she left her home in May 2010, telling them she was going to Singapore. Instead, she went to live with Gehlot in Bangalore.
According to the police Gehlot attacked Solanki with a sharp-edged weapon and packed her body in a bag, boarded an autorickshaw and dumped it outside the railway station.