Bhopal Serial Killer: The states of Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal police have stumbled upon the man who killed his live-in partner. He has not just killed her but also his own parents. This looks like one of the worst crime movies.
Now cops have to ascertain if the accused has murdered anybody else other than them. A few sections have nicknamed him the ‘Anarkali’ killer as he had en-thumbed his live-in partner called Akanksha Sharma. He is under interrogation by the police who arrested him.
WB & MP Police stumble upon Bhopal Serial Killer who killed his live-in Partner
Udayan Das murdered his live-in partner after meeting her on the social networking site Facebook. After her communication with her family stopped they got the suspicious and informed police. The victim Akanksha Sharma had told her parents she is moving to the US and had stopped calling them. Instead, they started receiving only text messages. That was when her parents got suspicious and went to the West Bengal Police. They soon found out that her mobile phone was in Bhopal and during an investigation, they found out that Akanksha was lured on Facebook to Bhopal.
Udayan Das, the accused murdered is a high-school graduate and had claimed he was from IIT & Indian Foreign Services Officer. After a heated dispute between the two, he murdered the 28-year-old Akanksha in last December. He saw a burial technique in an American series drama called CSI and buried her under the marble. Later upon investigation, the murderer confessed to the police that he also killed his own parents in Raipur from where he hails. He said that he has buried both of his parents in the same place. On Sunday, February 5, 2017, the police managed to exhume the bodies too.
Sanjiv Shukla who is the Raipur Superintendent of Police said, “We have found two human skeletons during digging at the family’s Raipur house. We will now conduct a DNA test on the human remains. Udayan Das will also be brought to Raipur with court permission and questioned regarding the murder of two elderly persons in DD Nagar police station area in the Chhattisgarh capital.”