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Delhi: BJP Worker’s Body Found Inside A Playschool

Delhi: BJP Worker's Body Found Inside A Playschool

The Delhi police announced on Wednesday that the body of a missing woman was discovered inside a playschool in Narela. Identified as Versha, aged 32, she resided in Swantantra Nagar and was reported missing since February 24 by her father, Vijay Kumar. Versha was affiliated with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Vijay Kumar revealed that Versha, in collaboration with Sohan, initiated the Tiny Dream Berry Playschool on Ghonda Road, although it had not yet commenced operations. Concern arose when an unfamiliar individual answered Vijay Kumar’s call to Versha on February 24, claiming to be near a railway track in Harshana, Sonipat, where someone was attempting suicide. Vijay Kumar identified the individual as Sohan through a video call but couldn’t locate him upon reaching the spot.

Despite an extensive search, neither Sohan nor Versha could be located. Police efforts to locate Sohan via his mobile phone led to Barauta in Haryana, but the duo remained elusive. On February 28, Vijay Kumar, determined to uncover the truth, persuaded the playschool landlord to unlock the shutter. Tragically, he discovered Versha’s lifeless body behind the main desk, with her dupatta wrapped around her neck, suggesting strangulation.

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Further investigation revealed that Sohan’s whereabouts were linked to an unidentified body discovered on the railway tracks in GRP Sonipat on February 25, presumed to be Sohan Lal. Speculations arose that Sohan might have committed suicide following Versha’s murder.

The case took a turn as suspicions mounted about Sohan’s involvement in Versha’s demise. A case was registered under Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), marking the onset of a thorough investigation by the police.

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