Will meet you soon: Last words of Silky Jain to mother
NEW DELHI: "Mother, I will meet you soon," were the last words of Silky Jain, before she was murdered on December 3 by her husband Lalit Jain, who – with help from his relatives – later dumped her body in far away Mussoorie.
Talking to Millennium Post the deceased relatives stated that the last time they spoke with her before she was murdered seemed to be perfectly normal and never thought that she will be killed.
"She was talking to the mother over the phone and she said that she will come to meet them," said Supreme Aggarwal, brother of Silky Jain.
Silky talked to her mother Sharda Aggarwal for an hour and no one had suspected that she would be killed.
After getting no calls from daughter for four days, Silky's mother again made a phone call to her but this time her husband Lalit picked the call and informed that she was not in the house.
This scene had happened many times whenever the mother made a phone call to the daughter that her husband picked the calls and made several excuses.
"One that day he informed me that she had gone missing ... my family was shocked and further without informing us he also registered missing complaint we were suspicious," said the brother.
It was police who informed the deceased family about the death.
''It was a planned murder... they had conducted the recce of the place where they dumped my sister body and also they have to fire the maid from their house so they could easily commit the crime," said Silky's brother.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (North West) Aslam Khan told reporters that Silky was murdered on the night December 3 by her husband Lalit, a property dealer by profession, his younger brother, his wife, and father.
They took the body and dumped in Mussoorie by throwing it in valley.
After a week, on December 11, Lalit came to Rani Bagh police station and file a missing complaint.
"The parents of the deceased were contacted by police staff and they raised doubts over the husband's behaviour. By interrogation, they accepted the commission of the crime and body was recovered from Mussoorie by the help of ITBP (Indo-Tibetan border Police) and local police. In all five, people have been arrested so far," said the DCP.