Mumbai (Mira Road) – A shocking turn of events, the Naya Nagar police have begun investigating the gruesome killing of Saraswati Vaidya, a 32-year-old woman allegedly murdered by her live-in partner, Manoj Sane. The crime scene, located in Mira Road, left officials stunned as they uncovered boiled human flesh and bones.
Accompanied by three witnesses, the police entered the 2 BHK flat (number 704) in the J-wing of the Geeta Aakashdeep Cooperative Housing Society building. As they forced their way into the premises, a strong and unpleasant odor filled the air. Inside one of the bedrooms, the police team discovered black plastic bags containing body parts, according to the First Information Report (FIR).
Further investigation led them to the kitchen, where an even stronger smell emanated. They were taken a back to find a woman’s ponytail adorned with flowers. In addition, a pressure cooker and a vessel containing boiled human flesh were discovered. Shockingly, partially roasted flesh and bones were found in the washbasin, two buckets, and a tub, as detailed in the FIR. Blood-stained electric cutter was also spotted at the scene. Surprisingly, there were minimal bloodstains on the walls or the kitchen platform, authorities noted.
Taking swift action, the police registered a suo motu FIR, and Sub-Inspector Rahul Balasaheb Bhagtav, the complainant in the case concerning the murder on June 4, provided a detailed account of the distressing scene. A forensic team arrived at the flat on Thursday evening to collect crucial evidence. Meanwhile, officers are meticulously reviewing the CCTV footage from the society to determine the frequency of Sane’s departures from the flat between June 4 and 7.
This horrifying incident has left the community in shock, and the police are committed to ensuring a thorough investigation to bring the perpetrator to justice.