This is how the pieces were found…
A man angry with wife over an alleged affair killed her by smashing her head on the wall. He then chopped the boy parts in 7 pieces and threw them at several different places. The accused is a resident of Jalandhar. After doing away with his wife’s body, he hid the murder weapon, an electric cutter, at a friend’s place.
The accused husband, Rajkumar, has been remanded to judicial custody for interrogation.
Rajkumar told police that he married Geetanjali in 2010; the couple have a son and daughter. The man is in a business involving wood. He claims that his wife Geetanjali had started living in with his brother-in-law Rakesh in June 2017 in Kaithal due to which the couple had been fighting.
As per police, on 13 November, Geetanjali had visited Gandhi Camp for her children’s winter clothes. The children were out for their tuition classes. Rajkumar was alone on the first-floor room. But suddenly, an argument happened between the two.
An enraged Rajkumar ended up smashing his Geetanjali’s head on the wall that resulted in her death. He spend the night with the body in the room and in the morning, chopped her body in 7 pieces and threw them away in different places.
On 21 November, the police found a headless torso. On 01 December, a foot was found in a canal in Dadri and 11 days later, a body, that only had the stomach area up until the knees, was found in an old sugar mill.
Police is now searching for her head, both hands and a foot. The accused stayed in Delhi and punjab after the murder.
The family of the woman is not cooperating with the police. It is being said that her family was not happy with her living in with Rajkumar’s brother-in-law in Kaithal. The suspicion was somewhat confirmed when Geetanjali’s missing report was filed by the brother-in-law. Geetanjali’s mother has also been called for the DNA test that could establish the identity of the chopped-up pieces found by the police. But even her mother is putting off her visit.
Now, the police is claiming that in a few days, they will have the family of the deceased in Jalandhar.
A DNA sample from Geetanjali’s mother can prove very crucial to the case. The police is trying to get to the truth of the matter but as of now, the police have been unable to come up with a concrete theory.
Meanwhile, the police sources say that there are holes in the tale narrated by the accused husband, Rajkumar. He told police that he drove a rented auto-rickshaw to throw the chopped-up pieces at a certain place but instead they were found some other place. The police is trying to establish if there were more people involved in this crime.