Dead bodies found across south east Delhi in three different cases
In three separate cases, a decomposed body of a 25-year-old woman packed inside a gunny bag, a 50-year-old woman with a skin infection and a four-month-old human foetus were found from various parts of south east Delhi on Sunday.
The police have registered a case of murder in the first case, involving the 25-year-old woman, who was found in a vacant plot in Sangam Vihar.
In the case pertaining to the 50-year-old woman found dead from a transit camp in Govindpuri, the police have ruled out any foul play claiming that she died of jaundice and a skin infection.
Further, the police have also registered a case under section 318 of the IPC in connection with the abandoned foetus found from Ambedkar Nagar.
Other than these three cases, a death of a 45-year-old man was also reported in Sarita Vihar, however, the police have informed that it was a case of natural death.
In the first case, the police received the PCR call around 11:35 am, that they found a body inside a gunny bag near a vacant plot located at KSK School.
The police have claimed on the basis of the medical examination that the body must have been 20 days old and was not identified as it was heavily decomposed.
"We are looking into the old CCTV footage and missing persons with the similar profile will be looked into," said a police officer.
In the case pertaining to the foetus, the police have claimed that a MCD worker spotted the foetus from a garbage dump, wrapped in several layers of clothing.
The foetus has been shifted to the mortuary for post mortem and the police will be looking into local hospital records in a bid to ascertain the identity of the parents.