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Disturbing CCTV Footage: Gurugram Model Murdered In Hotel, Accused Absconds With Body In BMW

A case of murder of a 27-year-old girl under suspicious circumstances has come to light in a hotel in Gurugram. It is alleged that hotel owner Abhijeet along with his associates murdered the girl. After this, he gave Rs 10 lakh to his associates to dispose of the dead body.

Edited By : simran rajpal | Updated: Feb 5, 2024 02:24 IST
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A case of murder of a 27-year-old girl under suspicious circumstances has come to light in a hotel in Gurugram. The deceased has been identified as Divya Pahuja. The girl used to do modeling. After this incident, sensation has spread in the area. The surprising thing is that the accused fled away with Divya’s body in a BMW. 

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It is being told that model Divya Pahuja was a resident of Baldev Nagar, Gurugram. It is alleged that hotel owner Abhijeet along with his associates murdered Divya. After this, he gave Rs 10 lakh to his associates to dispose of the dead body. Then, two accomplices of murderer Abhijeet put the body of the deceased in the trunk of Abhijeet’s blue colored BMW DD03K240 car and fled from the spot.

But this is not the only case that has left the public stunned. According to the National Crime Record Bureau, a hallowing surge has been recorded in crime against women. The data reveals a startling increase from 2021 and 2020, with 4,45,256 incidents reported in 2022 alone—nearly 51 FIRs every hour. The NCRB’s annual crime report, “Crime in India 2022,” revealed that the rate of crimes against women per lakh population was 66.4, while the charge filing in these cases was recorded at 75.8.

According to NCRB data on “Offences against the State,” Jammu and Kashmir, Manipur, Assam, and Uttar Pradesh collectively registered over three-fourths of all UAPA cases in India in 2022, while West Bengal alone registered one-fourth of sedition cases.

According to the report, 1,005 cases were recorded under the strict Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) in 2022, while 20 instances of sedition under section 124A of the Indian Penal Code were filed nationwide.

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First published on: Jan 03, 2024 06:13 PM IST

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