Woman’s body was sliced a day after murder

  • By Hindu
  • | Wednesday | 14th February, 2018

“In order to avoid Bingee and continue the relationship with Vikas, Mamatha asked him to shift to Hyderabad, where her son Amarkanth was working as a bartender. “Later all the four — Mamatha, Anil, Amarkanth and Vikas — rained blows on her vital parts, resulting in her death. Then, ‘two of the four killers’ severed her body into eight parts, using a marble-cutting machine in the dead of the night, having hidden the body in their house for over 27 hours. Around 45 days ago, Bingee managed to track them down and, along with her younger son, moved to the city to stay with Vikas in the same house. Bingee, mother of three, was married to Dinesh, a native of Chandausi of Uttar Pradesh.


First, they beat the eight-month-pregnant woman to death. Then, ‘two of the four killers’ severed her body into eight parts, using a marble-cutting machine in the dead of the night, having hidden the body in their house for over 27 hours.

That was how the woman, now identified as 32-year-old Bingee from Mohona Malti in Banka district of Bihar, was killed by her live-in partner and three others, said Cyberabad Police Commissioner Sandeep Shandilya.

Narrating the chilling sequence of events in the gory Kondapur murder, he said Bingee, along with her seven-year-old son, came to Hyderabad 45 days ago to stay with her live-in partner Vikas Kashyap (35). Bingee, mother of three, was married to Dinesh, a native of Chandausi of Uttar Pradesh. The couple developed some differences and in the meantime, she developed intimacy with Vikas.

In January last year, she left her elder son Dev and daughter Nandini with Dinesh and moved to her native Mohona Malti with her other son, Jatin, and live-in partner Vikas, he said. During their stay there, the accused Vikas developed an illicit relationship with Mamatha Jha.

“In order to avoid Bingee and continue the relationship with Vikas, Mamatha asked him to shift to Hyderabad, where her son Amarkanth was working as a bartender. A few months later, she, along with her husband Anil Jha (75), moved to the city and stayed with Amarkanth and Vikas in a rented house in Siddique Nagar here,” Mr Shandilya said.

Around 45 days ago, Bingee managed to track them down and, along with her younger son, moved to the city to stay with Vikas in the same house. “When Mamatha felt that Bingee has become a hindrance to her intimacy with Vikas and a financial burden too, they hatched a plan to eliminate her with the help of Anil and Amarkanth,” he said.

On January 27, Mamatha picked up a quarrel with Bingee, pushed her to a wall, as a result of which she collapsed instantly.

“Later all the four — Mamatha, Anil, Amarkanth and Vikas — rained blows on her vital parts, resulting in her death. They kept the body for more than 27 hours and bought a marble cutting machine, severed her body in the bathroom of their house, stuffed the parts into two bags and used a bike to dump them near the Botanical Garden in the wee hours of January 29,” Mr Shandilya said. He said that after a painstaking investigation by over 200 policemen, they analysed the CCTV footage and found that two persons, including a woman on a motorcycle, halted near the spot from where the body was recovered, for eight seconds, and then moved towards Sriramnagar Colony.

“Based on this, we further tracked the vehicle and contacted the owner and traced the culprits and arrested them”, the Commissioner said. Amarkanth was nabbed by a team of policemen in Banka district of Bihar on Monday and was brought to the city on Tuesday evening, while Vikas is still absconding. Police said that they would soon apprehend Vikas.

A crucial clue

Interestingly, Amarkanth Jha’s baldness became a crucial clue for investigators in cracking the case.

Mr. Shandilya said while riding the bike, Amarkanth wore a helmet all the way. However, while returning home after dumping the bags, he took off the helmet and handed it over to his mother Mamatha. This helped the police to get the exact image of the accused.

While analysing CCTV footages of January 28 -- a day before the bags were dumped -- in Siddique Nagar and Anjaiah Nagar, they found a similar person in blue colour T-shirt without helmet on the a same bike, which was used for the offence. “After analysing both the video footages, we came to a conclusion that a person with baldness is the accused and started a search operation to nab him.” Mr Shandilya said. Stay updated with all the Hyderabad Latest News headlines here. For more exclusive & live news updates from all around India, stay connected with NYOOOZ.

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