Suitcase With Body Parts Found in Haryana Forest, Cops Suspect Links to Shraddha Murder Case


New Delhi: Police recovered the human remains in a suitcase in a forest region in Haryana’s Faridabad Thursday afternoon. The cops suspect the body parts are of Shraddha Walkar, a 27-year-old Mumbai woman killed by her live-in partner in Delhi.

According to news agency ANI, following the discovery of the bag containing body parts in the Surajkund forest region, Faridabad Police called the Delhi Police. The bones were wrapped in a plastic bag and a sack, and clothing and a belt were discovered beside the luggage.

Faridabad Police said that it looked like a person was murdered somewhere and a portion of the body was thrown here to evade identification

Faridabad police shared the details with Delhi police, and as a result, a team from Mehrauli police station in South Delhi, which is probing the horrible Shraddha murder case, arrived on the scene and started the inquiry.

Officials in Delhi believe the human remains discovered in the bag are connected to the murder of Shraddha Walker.

They stated that the body remains had been submitted for post-mortem investigation, and that the situation will be clarified once the post-mortem result was obtained.

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