Burari case: Cops likely to file charge-sheet within 10 days
Days after the brutal murder of 21-year-old Karuna Prajapati in North Delhi’s Burari area, Delhi Police are likely to file the charge-sheet within 10 days to fast track the case, sources said.
On Thursday, police officials close to investigation told Millennium Post that there has been an order by the senior police officials to file the charge-sheet within the next 10 days. Also, the cops would request the court to consider the case in the fast track court and punish the spurned lover—Surendra Singh (34).
Meanwhile, sources close to the investigation said: “Surendra is not all regretting what he had done. Rather, he is acting very normal and relieved.
The CCTV footage was shown to him while he was being interrogated, to know about the person (yet to be identified) who had allegedly handed over a mobile phone to him to click the photograph of Karuna after she collapsed. But his blank expressions have amazed all the investigators present in the room, as he is not realising how brutally he had killed his lover.”
As many as five policemen of Burari police station have been assigned the duty to keep a tight vigil on his activities. “We cannot take any risk at this crucial time when we are on the verge of requesting the court to fast track the case,” said a senior police official. Surendra is in a four-day police custody since Wednesday.
In the meantime, teams are trying to trace the whereabouts of the person with whom Karuna was allegedly in a relationship and the objectionable pictures of the duo along with their retrieved chats have provoked Surendra to end Karuna’s life in a brutal way.
These revelations came out during Surendra’s interrogation. Millennium Post had earlier reported that Delhi Police are planning to book that person (name withheld) under the charges of abetment to murder.
Karuna was stabbed twenty-two times while she was going somewhere with her cousin on Tuesday morning.
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