Two gunny bags stuffed with body parts of a woman were recovered from a nullah near Teen Imli crossing in Indore on Wednesday creating sensation in the area.
The body was identified as that of a 36-year-old married woman, Kavita Raina, a resident of Mitra Bandhu Nagar under Kanadia police station area. She had been missing since Monday. Police have lodged a case of murder and investigating the case.
As per the police, people saw the gunny bags seen floating in a nullah and informed police. The police rushed to the spot and when they opened the bags they found the body of a woman into five pieces. Police then retrieved the missing complaint of various police stations.
Subsequently, the body was identified as Kavita Raina by her husband Sanjay Raina. As per the police sources, the woman had been killed about 36 hours earlier and body dumped in the nullah. Meanwhile, police are yet to ascertain the exact timing of the murder and are awaiting post-mortem report.
Woman's husband Sanjay talking to the media persons said that he had made a missing complaint on Monday and also submitted CCTV footage to police station. He further said that he had told police that Kavita was abducted by someone but police took no action.
On Wednesday, the enraged residents of Kanadia staged a chhaka jam alleging the police apathy towards the missing complaint filed by the Sanjay Raina.
As per Raina, on Monday afternoon, her wife went to a nearby pickup spot of her daughter's school to receive her daughter but had not reached the spot. Her daughter came home alone and told the family members that Kavita had not reached the spot.
Subsequently, the family members started searching the woman but were unable to trace her. Later in the evening, they lodged a missing complaint with the police.
Police are quizzing many people including the family members in this regard. Police are also retrieving the CCTV footages to investigate the case.
"We are investigating the case from all angles. Police teams have been formed to investigate the case and we are waiting for post-mortem report," said SP West Kalyan Chakrabarthy while talking to HT.