Delhi Shocker: 25-Year-Old Girl Gangraped, Murdered; Body Found in Sack Near Sarita Vihar-Noida Road
Delhi Murder (Photo Credits: ANI)

New Delhi, March 5: The murder mystery of a 25-year-old girl was solved in five days by the Delhi Police by arresting four people in connection with the case. The body of the girl was found in a sack last week on Wednesday in Sarita Vihar of Delhi’s South-East area. According to a tweet by ANI, Police informed that a letter found near her body which held three men responsible for her murder. As per details by the police, during the investigation, they did not find any connection between the girl and those men. Delhi Shocker: Woman Along With Lover Kills Her Five-Year-Old Son. 

A probe into the matter led Delhi police to suspect that the letter might have been planted by the culprits. Deputy commissioner of police (DCP), south-east, Chinmoy Biswal was quoted by ANI saying that that it was a conspiracy by accused Dinesh and Dhirender to frame the men mentioned in the letter due to a personal enmity. Biswal informed that the deceased was a friend of Dinesh's female friend and they called her on pretext of job, made her write that letter and murdered her. Maharashtra Woman Kills 10-Month-Old Son as She Wanted Girl Child; Body Found in Water-Filled Drum.

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The DCP informed that Dinesh and Dhirender were in Tihar jail and had an enmity with inmate Bunty. "On coming out, they made a plan to frame Bunty's brother Arush in a murder case with an intention to take revenge & acquire his land. Accused have confessed of gang-rape. Dhirender is absconding", the DCP was quoted by ANI.

The woman was a resident of Dakshin Puri and her missing report was filed at Ambedkar Nagar police station on February 26, the DCP informed. However, reports inform that the four men, whose names were mentioned in the letter were arrested on Monday but their interrogation led investigators to believe that they were in no way associated with the victim.

Reports inform that the woman's body has been sent to All India Institute of Medical Sciences for postmortem. The police informed that injury marks were found below the neck indicating that the woman may have been strangulated to death.  However, the exact cause of death will be ascertained after the postmortem.