Bengaluru Crime News: A significant development has occurred in the case of a woman’s dead body discovered in a plastic drum at the SMVT train station in Bengaluru. According to the investigation, the woman’s brother-in-law and his seven accomplices murdered her sister-in-law. GRP Superintendent SK Soumyalatha verified this.
SK Nawab, one of the accused, was the woman’s brother-in-law, according to GRP Superintendent Saumyalata. He committed the crime because he was enraged by the woman’s marriage to his brother. The GRP Superintendent stated that the accused Nawab, along with seven others, murdered the woman.
Bengaluru | Body of an unidentified woman was found inside a plastic drum found lying at SMVT railway station last night. CCTV footage of three people carrying the drum and leaving it at the railway station is being examined by police. pic.twitter.com/60asyYWbVI
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According to the GRP supervisor, the suspects shattered the woman’s arms and legs and placed them inside a drum before sealing it. According to Soumyalatha, after fitting and sealing the dead body in the drum, the four accused took the drum to the station and left it there.
On Monday night, the body of an unnamed woman was discovered in a plastic drum at Bengaluru’s SMVT railway station. Following the information, the police arrived on the scene and were involved in the investigation. According to police, three persons are observed transporting drums in CCTV footage. Following this, the police were called in to investigate the case.
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