Pandav Nagar murder: ‘Kaise himmat aagyi usme,’ say neighbours in SHOCK

New Delhi: Neighbors of the woman accused of killing her husband and chopping his body into ten pieces at their Pandav Nagar home here on Monday (November 28, 2022) said they did not know much about the family as they themselves remained limited. Anjan Das (45) was murdered on May 30 by his wife Poonam (48) and stepson Deepak (25), who were caught in east Delhi’s Pandav Nagar. Neighbors were in shock and trying to find out what could have prompted the woman to commit such a heinous crime, oblivious to the conspiracy hatched among them. The victim has a wife and eight sons in Bihar, but she kept at it. According to the police, based on the information received from Poonam, a team will be sent there to collect DNA samples from Das’s family members to match the body parts. Das’s mother and son were murdered on suspicion of having an affair with the stepdaughter and stepson’s wife.

according to the neighbors

“I don’t know how he will get the courage.” There was a conspiracy being hatched here,” says Pushpa, who lives in a house directly across the street from Das and Poonam’s rented apartment. According to Pushpa, the woman didn’t interact much with her neighbors. Said, “Poonam has a son and two daughters, who are married. She never talked to the neighbors. His son and his wife lived in the nearby area. One of his daughters had come to visit him about nine months ago.” The details of the gruesome murder have left residents in disbelief. Several women were seen discussing the case outside their homes in the area. “I cannot understand. How can a woman go to such an extent to kill her husband?” said a female resident. While another woman asked curiously, “Do you know him? Have you ever talked to him?

“No, I’ve seen him buy vegetables outside the house a couple of times now,” said the first lady. The incident came to light after parts of Das’ body were found inside a bag on June 5 at the Ramlila Maidan in East Delhi’s Kalyanpuri. A case was registered under Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections 302 (murder) and 201 (causing disappearance of evidence and giving false information) at Pandav Nagar police station.

dismembered body parts

He said they disposed of the body parts and buried the skull at various places in East Delhi over a period of three to four days. The accused told the police that they mixed sleeping pills in Das’s drink and used a knife and dagger to kill him after he fell unconscious. They then slit his throat and waited for the blood to drain completely before dismembering him.

The case is similar to the murder of 26-year-old Shraddha Walker in the national capital. Walker was allegedly murdered by her 28-year-old live-in partner Aftab Poonawalla, who sawed her body into 35 pieces and kept them in a 300-litre fridge for nearly three weeks at their residence in south Delhi’s Mehrauli before dumping them. kept. them across the city. Delhi Police arrested Poonawalla on 12 November.