The skeleton of a man allegedly murdered 13 years ago was found Wednesday in the Boisar home of a woman where she allegedly ran a brothel. After murdering her husband, Bharti had dumped his body in the septic tank of her house. After killing him, she told her neighbours that her husband was an alcoholic who left her. Kiran Kabadi, senior inspector, Palghar police station told Hindustan Times, "Savita Bharati, 42, killed her husband Sahdev in 2004, when he caught her in a compromising position with her lover Kamlesh". The police believe that Farida's live-in partner Kamlesh might have helped her pull off the murder and cover it up, by burying the body in the septic tank.
Police said Sahdev's upper and lower jaw are intact and his bone marrow is in good condition, which means DNA testing can be carried out at the Kalina lab.
The police on Thursday dug up Sarita's home compound and found her husband's skeletal remains.More news: Get Rs 21000 Off On Google Pixel 2 Smartphone
Police have not arrested Sarita for murder as they are still investigating the prostitution racket.
The body was found two days after the woman, Sarita Bharti (43), was arrested by the police for running a brothel from her home in Dandipada, Boisar. The police also rescued four women.
The Police are now currently investigating the matter and digging the surrounding areas to recover the remains of the other victims murdered. "We are on the hunt for Kamlesh, who is absconding".More news: Border Protection Grid To Be Set Up In Border States: Rajnath Singh
The mother of two also told the police that she had killed one of her clients as she wanted to steal the Rs 100,000 (£1,160) that he was carrying with him.
The recovered skeleton has been sent for forensic examination said the sources.More news: New Mexico school shooting leaves two students dead
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