Shraddha 2.0: More Bodies Found in MP, UP and Delhi

After the murder of Shraddha Walker in Delhi, two other heinous killings have come to light, this time from Madhya Pradesh & Uttar Pradesh

Even as horrific details of the murder of Shraddha Walker in Delhi, allegedly by her male live-in partner, are still coming in, news of another heinous killing has come to light, this time from Madhya Pradesh. In this case Aftab, slept in the same room where he killed her, messaged her friends through her Instagram account, kept her severed head in the fridge along with cold drink bottles, after murder would call other girls home and kept the body parts in the cupboard, used room fresheners, agrabatis to mask the smell of blood. Aftab Amin Poonawalla was also seen speaking fluent english after getting arrested by the police.

Now, a man allegedly killed a woman, shot a video with the victim's body and posted it on social media. It has been a week since the incident, but police are still on the lookout for Abhijit Patidar, who claims to have killed his girlfriend Shilpa Jharia, who was 25 years old, by slitting her throat. The blood-smeared body of the victim was recovered from a room at Mekhla Resort in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. In a shocking video he posted on social media, Abhijit says, "Bewafai Nahi Karne Ka" (do not be unfaithful). He then lifts a blanket to reveal a woman lying in bed, with her throat slit. In another video, the man identified himself as a trader from Patna.

Abhijit, in this video, has named Jitendra Kumar as his business partner and alleges that the victim had an affair with both of them. Abhijit claimed that the victim had borrowed around ? 12 lakhs from Jitendra and fled to Jabalpur. It was upon Jitendra's instructions that he murdered the woman; he said. In the third video posted by Abhijit he can be heard saying: "Babu heaven mein phir milenge" (dear, we'll meet again in heaven). Abhijit also named Jitendra's aide Sumit Patel. Both Jitendra and Sumit have been arrested from Bihar, and the Jabalpur Police are currently interrogating them, police said. Special Superintendent of Police Priyanka Shukla said Abhijit had stayed at Jitendra's house in Patna for a month.She said that apart from Bihar, police teams had been dispatched to different parts of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat in search of Abhijit. Sharing details of the murder, Additional Superintendent of Police Shivesh Baghel said that the accused had booked a room on 6th of November at Mekhla Resort. However, the CCTV footage has revealed that he was alone in his room that night. The next day, the woman came to meet him at the resort in the afternoon and they had ordered food. After about an hour, the accused left the hotel alone after locking the room. On 8th November, the hotel management broke open the door and found the woman's body, the police official said. 

If you are already fed up with hearing the news of such heinous and reckless murders in the country, we have one more left to be delivered. Yes, you heard that right, after Delhi & Madhya Pradesh, this time it's Uttar Pradesh. In yet another shocking incident, a chopped body of a woman was recovered from a well in Uttar Pradesh's Azamgarh district on Tuesday. The mutilated body of the woman was noticed by the locals on the morning of 15th November. After getting the information, the police reached the spot. They fished out the body of the woman from the well. Meanwhile, the head of the woman is still missing. After the incident, panic gripped the area. The identity of the woman is yet to be found. Forensic experts and a dog squad also reached the crime scene. Cops are collecting evidence from the spot. As per the report, only an undergarment was found on the body. So far no arrests have been made in the matter.These three murders which have been brought to our eyes in the matter of just 3 days is not just shocking but also raise some really genuine question about our safety in the country. What do you think about these heinous & cold hearted murders across three different parts of the country? Do mention your thoughts in the comment section below.