A woman’s body was beheaded on Sunday morning at the Kalyan Railway Station in the Thane district of Maharashtra. It was cut into three pieces and filled into a bag. This was informed by an auto driver when his passenger escaped leaving his bag behind. According to police, the age of the dead woman must have been between 25 and 30. Seeing the condition of the dead body, it seems that the woman must have been killed two days ago.
This is the second such incident within a week. Last Monday, a suitcase came into the sea near Mumbai’s Mahim Dargah, with severed arms and legs. In this incident of Kalyan, a man is being discovered who came out of the railway station wearing a red shirt around 5:30 am and autorickshaw to go to Bhiwandi.
Auto driver stinks, passenger absconded on asking
According to the police, as soon as the passenger was seated in the auto, when the body started smelling rotten, the auto driver asked the passenger what was in his bag. Panicked auto escaped leaving it. Seeing this, the auto driver got suspicious and called other auto drivers outside the station. Only one of them informed the police.
Two people are under suspicion
Police arrived from Mahatma Phule station opened the bag. Senior police inspector Prakash said, ‘We have found the headless corpse of a woman from a bag. It was cut into three pieces so that it could be sealed in a bag. ‘ Police are searching for two people after examining CCTV footage from Kalyan and a nearby railway station. One of them is a man wearing a red shirt. Police said, “They both boarded a local train from Titwala in the morning with bags.” Later, the red-shirted man descended into Kalyan and is seen sitting in an autorickshaw before escaping.
Suspected accused changed red shirt
A police officer involved in the investigation said that the fleeing bag was later seen entering the public toilet outside the station, after which he came out wearing a white shirt. According to Assistant Commissioner Anil Pawar, three police teams have been formed to investigate the case.