Uzbek woman murder: Car used for crime seized
In a recent development in the murder case of a 27-year-old Uzbek woman who went missing from Kotla Mubarakpur area in September and was found murdered in Haryana, Delhi Police have seized the Indica car in which the woman was murdered.
The deceased woman identified as Shakhnoza Shukurova was killed by a woman named Naaz with the help of a man called Gagan over a financial dispute of around Rs 8 lakh.
According to the police, the matter came to light when the Haryana Police cremated her body without establishing her identity. Delhi Police joined the probe after it found a trafficking angle and arrested a man identified as Gagan. During interrogation, it was revealed that he along with Naaz, who also hails from Uzbekistan and is still absconding, conspired to eliminate the victim Shakhnoza Shukurova over some monetary dispute.
Gagan, who resides in Kailash Hill in East of Kailash was detained by the police a few days ago. During intensive interrogation, he confessed his involvement in the crime and said that Naaz was a close friend of Shukurova but difference cropped out between the two over a financial dispute revolving around an amount close to Rs 8 lakh.
According to a senior police official, the Indica car was found near Khirki Extension in Malviya Nagar on Wednesday in which there were around 25 mobile phones, whiskey bottles and women lingerie. The official also said that the car belonged to a man in Khirki Extrension who sold the car to the accused person who in turn used the car for committing the crime.
The car was sold without proper documents and it had been parked in the area for the past one and a half months.
On September 26, an auto driver who used to ferry the victim filed a missing complaint at Kotla Mubarakpur police station after he could not contact her. He told the police that on September 24, he had seen her sitting in an Indica car. After that he said that he could not make contact with her anymore.