Delhi News: No idea about wife and kids on second day


No idea about wife and kids on the second day

Door to door campaign launched in Narela industrial area for police identification

Police are scanning the CCTV cameras of Old Delhi railway station

Amar Ujala Office

New Delhi. Police are still clueless about the murder of a woman and two innocent people near Narela railway station. The police investigation has not progressed further as the identity of the dead woman has yet to be established. Several police teams are working to identify the woman by conducting a door-to-door campaign in the area. The police also determine the whereabouts of the train, which stopped at Narela train station on Friday evening. It is feared that the woman and her children were headed that way at the time of the incident after getting off a train.

Police received information on Friday morning about the murder of a woman and her two innocent children near Narela train station. The corpse of the woman and her two-and-a-half-year-old daughter and six-seven-month-old son lay about 100 feet away from the station. All three were killed by being hit on the head and face with tiles. Nearby lay bloodied tiles. Women and children wore new clothes. It is suspected that the woman went somewhere after getting off a train at Narela station. In doing so, he was attacked. Investigations in the houses around the station failed to identify the woman on Friday.

There is also a fear that only someone known to the woman committed the murder. Because the woman was not robbed. Her anklets and earrings were found safely. To get to the bottom of the matter, it is of utmost importance to know the woman’s identity. During the investigation, the police came to know that no local train passed through Narela station after 9:00 PM that evening. Late at night, Jhelum Express stopped there for 20 minutes. Since no CCTV cameras were available at Narela station, it could not be determined which train she got off. A police team is searching for clues by examining the footage from CCTV cameras installed at the Old Delhi railway station. In addition, the police have asked all Delhi police stations and the police of surrounding states to assist in identifying the woman.

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