The police have identified the dead body of a girl found in a trolley bag near the Agricultural Research Center on the service road of the Yamuna Expressway in Mathura. The blood-soaked body found in a red coloured trolley bag belonged to Ayushi Yadav (21), daughter of Nitesh Yadav, of village Modband, Delhi.
As soon as the girl's photo surfaced, the relatives contacted the Mathura police, and reached the mortuary house and identified the dead body.
According to the information received from the sources, the father had shot the daughter and then kept the body in a suitcase and threw it in Mathura.
At present, the statement of the police is awaited in this regard. The interrogation of the accused father is going on continuously.
The dead body of a girl was found in a trolley bag on Friday i.e. November 18 near Milestone 108 of Yamuna Expressway, on the information of which the police reached the spot.
In the investigation by the police, it was found that there was a bullet mark on the left side of the gilr's chest and injury marks were also found on the head, hands and feet. Since then, the police had deployed eight teams to identify the girl.
After about 48 hours, the Mathura police got success when the police received a call from the family of the girl from Delhi. The relatives told that the deceased is their daughter.
The woman was a resident of Modband in Delhi's Badarpur police station area. After this, the relatives reached the post-mortem house in Mathura.