In a gruesome incident in Mumbai, a 56-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly killing his live-in partner and dismembering her body. The horrifying details reveal that he even boiled several body parts in a pressure cooker.
Discovery of the Murder
The murder came to light when neighbors of the Geeta Akash Deep Building Flat J-704 complained about a strong, unbearable stench. The police investigated the matter and made a shocking discovery.
Chopping and Storing of Body Parts
According to sources, the accused, 56-year-old Manoj Sane, allegedly killed his live-in partner, 32-year-old Saraswati Vaidya, and proceeded to chop her body into pieces. He stored the small body parts in buckets and kept the blood. The police also found a tree-cutting machine resembling a saw in the bedroom.
The police found three buckets containing blood and body parts. Additionally, body parts were discovered in a pressure cooker. The accused reportedly confessed to cutting up the body using the tree cutter. The pieces were then either boiled in the pressure cooker or ground in a mixer. Shockingly, Sane had chopped the body into 20 pieces. However, the police were only able to recover Vaidya’s feet and a few other body parts.
Challenges and Arrest
The decomposition process was expedited by the summer heat, making it extremely difficult for the police to carry out the recovery operation due to the overwhelming stench. Furthermore, there was no refrigerator in the house, and Sane attempted to mask the odor using air fresheners. Sane was arrested by the police on Wednesday night.
Similarities to a Previous Case
This gruesome murder case brings back memories of a similar incident in Delhi, where call center employee Shraddha Walkar was allegedly murdered and dismembered by her live-in partner, who worked as a chef at a hotel. In that case, the body parts were stored in a refrigerator, and the accused would dispose of a few pieces in a nearby forest every night.
This shocking incident highlights the brutality and depravity of the crime committed, leaving the community in shock and raising questions about the safety of individuals in relationships.
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