Goa cops clueless over B’lore techie’s murder
The death of Banglore-based software engineer has become more mysterious with the Goa police hitting a road block in the investigations, reports Stavan Desai.india Updated: Jun 29, 2008 01:44 IST
The death of Banglore-based software engineer Meghna Subhedar has become more mysterious with the Goa police hitting a road block in the investigations even before any developments could unfold.
“When we found the body on Wednesday evening already seven days had passed since her death and so the body was in a highly decomposed state. The medical and forensic experts who conducted a preliminary postmortem have failed to conclude the cause of death,” said Superintendent of Police, North Goa, Bosco George. “It could be a case of suicide, accidental death also and so we are treating it as a case of homicide till the cause of death is ascertained,” he added.
No wounds or other injury marks were found on Meghna’s body to suggest it to be a case of murder or any traces of toxics have yet been found from the body during the postmortem.
“We have no clue. There no witnesses and she has not been seen these parts by anybody. Her cellphone was found by a ten-year-old sometime last month and he had sold it to a man. We have questioned them also but they have also failed to provide us with a lead,” he said.
Even Meghna’s father, Dr Mohan Subhedar who is a successful medical practitioner in Korba, Chhattisgarh, is equally clueless. “We have no enmity with anybody. I do not understand how this has happened. After April 10, I had not heard from or about her,” he said.