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Lost family, but will bring my son back on track: Father of Noida boy who killed mother, sister

The father of the 16-year-old boy who killed his mother and sister in Greater Noida says he will ensure his son becomes stable.

NOIDA Updated: Dec 13, 2017

Hindustan Times, Noida
The boy who killed his mother and sister being taken by police personnel for medical tests in Greater Noida. (Sunil Ghosh/HT Photo)
The boy who killed his mother and sister being taken by police personnel for medical tests in Greater Noida. (Sunil Ghosh/HT Photo)

His own son allegedly killed his wife and daughter. But the father of the 16-year-old is now willing to leave everything behind to bring his son back on track.

The father of the boy, who allegedly admitted to having killed his mother and sister in a fit of rage in Greater Noida last week, says he is ready to fight every battle to educate his son and ensure that he is stable.

“I have lost my wife and daughter, and the murderer is my own son. I have lost everything and there is no one to console me. What gives me strength now is my son and that is the sole reason why I am living now. As a father I want to ensure he is stable,” said the father.

The boy is lodged in an observation home in Noida since Saturday.

The businessman said that his son will face many challenges in life. He will have to fight with his own emotions and later the bitter words from the society.

He said his son committed a crime but he devastated his own life as well.

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“I haven’t spoken to him anything about the incident. The meeting becomes very emotional as he starts crying. He committed the murders in a fit of rage and now his behaviour needs to mend,” said the father, as he sobbed inconsolably.

He said he is now in the process of taking legal help from his lawyer to provide books to his son so that he can write his class 10 board examinations.

The 47-year-old man is still introspecting what went wrong with the juvenile. “My son wasn’t a meritorious student, but was good at studies. My wife would scold in order to discipline him. Even he never complained to me or showed any signs of anger. He had a very strong bonding with mother,” said the businessman.

The boy was addicted to video games because of which his father had taken away the phone from him. He said he thought it would help him concentrate on his studies and later returned it to him.

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Talking to Hindustan Times, the father said he had never received any complaint from school about his son. “Whenever the school administration notices any problem with a student related to performance or behaviour, they report it to the parents. So far as merit is concerned, we knew he needed to work hard on academics, but his behaviour was always sorted,” said the father, whose son studied in a reputed public school since nursery.

On Thursday, around 10.30am, the boy was counselled by a child psychologist for 40 minutes at the observation home.

Sources said he made some statements about the family, which the psychologist will confirm from his father.

The boy by large did not reveal much about the incident. His behaviour was found to be stable, but narrating the incident takes a toll on him emotionally, said a source, adding that one more counselling session is required.

The sources said the boy does not seem to be suffering from any mental or psychiatric problem.

“Every Thursday, five members can meet a juvenile at the observation home, and the boy has expressed desire to meet his grandfather,” said an official

Noida boy used bat, pizza cutter to kill mom & sister

Became Upset After Mother Hit Him: Cops

Noida: The boy was weak in his studies. In their 14th floor flat in Noida Extension, he sat on a sofa with his books on Monday evening. His mother did not like that. She told him to move to the dining table and read. He did not. She grew angry, slapped him and told him to do sit-ups. Yet, he did not listen. Now, livid, she slapped him again. A little later, they went out to fetch dinner from a nearby takeaway. Then, mother, son, and 12-year-old daughter sat and had dinner together. Soon after, the mother and daughter went to sleep.

The boy, too, went to his room, but only to get a cricket bat. Then he picked up a sharp pizza cutter and a pair of scissors, and headed to the room where his mother and sister slept. He attacked his mother first, and then his sister, who woke up screaming. Between 10 and 11 that night, a difficult teenager became a murderer.

On Saturday, police put together this chilling account of the double murder after talking for hours to the 16-year-old, who was brought to Noida from Varanasi, where he was found after a four-day hunt. Police claimed the boy had confessed to the crime.

The boy’s version of his relationship with his 12-yearold sibling and parents also painted the picture of a teenager struggling with an inferiority complex and jealousy, fuelled by his perception that his sister was more loved among the two and the frequent beatings and scoldings he received as he floundered in studies. In September, his cellphone, too, had been taken away.

“He told us his parents gave more love and care to his sister than him. He also said he had once planned to commit suicide by jumping off their flat’s balcony,” said a police officer. TOI also spoke to the boy’s father, who said every family tries to discipline children for their own good. “I don’t know what led to this. He had not shown any such behaviour in the past. We are introspecting,” he said.

The boy was eventually tracked through a phone call he made to his father on Friday. He mostly sobbed, mumbled a few words and hung up. The four days as fugitive from law, during which he travelled aimlessly from Delhi to Himachal to Jharkhand to Uttar Pradesh, had reduced the Class 10 student to an emotional wreck, police said, explaining his emotional call to his father at 9am using a phone he had borrowed from a stranger on a Varanasi road.

A Noida police team flew to Varanasi and found the boy sitting on the stairs of Dashashwamedh ghat at 4.30pm.

“He started crying when we detained him,” said a police officer who was part of the team that went to Varanasi. “He wept and wept and said he was sorry for what he had done.”

Police said the boy had committed the crime on his own, and there was no other conspiracy involved. Investigators also distanced themselves from earlier theories about the boy being influenced by violent videogames he played regularly on his cellphone and parents’ laptops.

“The boy told us he was scolded and beaten by his mother on Monday afternoon. He was studying on a sofa but his mother told him to do so properly and sit at the dining table,” Noida police chief Love Kumar said. “But he refused, at which he was allegedly beaten up and asked to do situps. The boy said he refused and was beaten up again,” Kumar said, adding the juvenile lost his cool and started plotting a way to get back at her.

I had a fight with my mother and I hit her with a cricket bat (she gifted him). In a fit of rage, I did not realise what I did — JUVENILE

The 16-year-old boy (left) with a Noida policeman

Acted in anger, didn’t realise what I did: Boy

Noida: “I had a fight with my mother and hit her with my cricket bat,” the 16-year-old schoolboy accused of murdering his mother and sister at their Noida Extension apartment on December 4, said on Saturday as he was being taken to the juvenile justice board. “It was in a fit of rage, I did not realise what I did,” he added.

Family members said the bat had been gifted to the boy by his mother. The family refused to comment on the boy’s mental health after he told police about his frustration caused by the feeling that his sister was the more loved and the constant reprimand he faced over his academic performance.

Was a loner, often scolded in school, say classmates

Noida: The 16-year-old boy, accused of murdering his mother and sister, was a loner who was a “problem child” since the beginning, his classmates said. Studying in a reputed school in Noida since nursery, Anil (name changed) used to get involved in violent acts as his academic performance faltered, they said.

“He would try to tease and provoke others. But we never imagined his violent behaviour could result in anything like this,” said a Class 10 student of the school Anil studied in.

Anil was not doing well academically and was made to study computers instead of mathematics by his school, as teachers felt he could not cope with the latter. Classmates recalled the day he stabbed a pen into a wooden table so forcefully that ink splattered onto his face and all over the floor. “We were in Class 8. All students started laughing, but he looked almost proud of what he had done,” the classmate told TOI. Anil had no friends and often misbehaved in class. “He would try to provoke or hurt people, get scolded by the teacher, and weep. Recently, it seemed he had become immune to scoldings,” the boy said.

That Anil’s parents were upset about his behaviour is evident from this that they recently changed his name, taking advice from astrologers. The school didn’t accept the change as it would have created problems with the CBSE affidavit. Anil’s Class 10 final exams started on Monday, the day, cops said, he committed the murders.

The boy seen in the CCTV footage from his building on day of the murders

Noida double murder – Scolded over studies, boy killed family with bat and pizza-cutter

15-year-old was traced in Varanasi on Friday and confessed to having murdered his mother and sister

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A 15-year-old boy, who police said has confessed to having killed his mother and sister in Gaur City here, allegedly used a bat, pair of scissors and pizza cutter to kill them in their sleep as he was agitated over being scolded for not studying.

The boy was apprehended in Varanasi on Friday for allegedly beating and stabbing his mother Anjali Agarwal (42) and sister Kanika (12) to death, police said on Saturday.

The bodies of Anjali and Kanika were found in their apartment in Gaur City. The boy was missing since the incident on Monday night. He was traced in Varanasi and brought back to Noida. He has confessed to having killed his mother and sister, SHO of Bisrakh police station Ajay Sharma said.

The accused told police that he used a cricket bat, a pair of scissors and a pizza cutter to kill his mother and sister, according to a statement.

The boy was angry with her mother as she pressured and scolded him for studies, the statement said, adding his mother scolded him on the day of incident too after which he killed them around 11 pm while they were asleep.

Post-mortem examinations of the two bodies had revealed that Anjali had seven injury marks on her head, while Kanika had five.

The accused then left his house after changing clothes which had bloodstains. He also left the weapons behind, as per the statement. He took cash and his mother’s mobile phone from the house before taking a cab from the residential society’s gate for New Delhi railway station, it said.

According to the statement, the boy took a train for Chandigarh, from where he went to Shimla. Yesterday, he reached Mughal Sarai and then went to Varanasi from where he was apprehended by police who used electronic surveillance to trace him.

A police investigation revealed the boy used to play a crime-gangster game on mobile phone. The game was found on other similar electronic devices in the house.

The boy’s family members had earlier appealed to him to return and had said that he cannot kill anyone. PTI

CCTV footage showed the boy leaving the building after the crime

The boy said his mother had scolded him on December 4 afternoon for studying on the sofa.

Updated: Dec 09, 2017

Hindustan Times, Noida
The cricket bat was allegedly used to kill the mother and sister in Greater Noida. (Sunil Ghosh/HT)

A 16-year-old boy who murdered his mother and younger sister in a Greater Noida felt his parents did not love him after being scolded at home, police said on Saturday.

The boy used a cricket bat, scissors and a pizza cutter to commit the murders and then left the city, police said.

He was traced to Varanasi based on a call he made to his father from a passerby’s phone and brought back late on Friday.

“The boy has confessed to the crime. He said his mother had scolded him on December 4 afternoon for studying on the sofa,” Love Kumar, Gautam Budh Nagar senior superintendent of police, said.

When he refused to move, she scolded him and beat him up. In September, his father had confiscated his cell phone for not doing well in studies. Enraged, he murdered his mother and sister late that night when they were sleeping, Kumar said.

Later, he booked a cab and went to Old Delhi railway station from where he took a train towards Jammu. He got down at Ludhiana and travelled to Chandigarh, Shimla, Ranchi and finally reached Varanasi from where he called his father and broke down during the conversation, police said.

On the night of the incident, the boy’s father had gone to Surat in Gujarat on work and his grandparents were away in Uttarakhand capital Dehradun to attend a wedding.

He got suspicious when his calls went unanswered around 10.30pm on Monday. On Tuesday morning, he asked his neighbours to check on his family. He was told that the door was locked.

At night when he called his wife again, her cellphone was switched off, prompting him to call his cousin, who reached the flat and found it locked. After waiting for some time, he called the police, who broke the door open and found the bodies.

The postmortem report on Thursday confirmed that the deaths were caused due to injuries to the head.

Teen used bat, pizza cutter to kill mother, sister

Lucknow, DHNS: Irked over being repeatedly scolded for not paying attention to his studies, a 15-year-old boy brutally hacked his mother to death in Greater Noida

The boy, a Class X student, also killed his 11-year old sister as she woke up after the former battered his mother to death at their apartment in Gaur City-II in Greater Noida on the night of December 4. According to police sources here on Saturday, the boy who fled from his home after committing the crime was apprehended in Varanasi, about 300 km from here, on Friday,

The police said the teenager, who was weak in studies, was often scolded and beaten up by his mother for playing games on his cell phone for long hours and not paying attention to his studies.

On the night of December 4, the boy first hit his mother with a cricket bat while she was asleep and later used scissors and a pizza cutter to kill her.

He then killed his sister, who woke up after hearing the noise, apparently to hide his crime, the police said. The teenager’s father, who is a businessman, was away on a business trip that day.

Sources said the boy, after committing the crime, took a cab to New Delhi railway station and from there boarded a train to Ludhiana.

From there he went to Mughalsarai in Uttar Pradesh’s Chandauli district and later reached Varanasi.

The police said the boy called his father from Varanasi from some other person’s cellphone.

The police traced his location and apprehended him from Dashashwamedh ghat on the banks of the river Ganga on Friday

Greater Noida Double-Murder Case: 16-year-old Boy Found Near Dashashvamedh Ghat in Varanasi, Confesses to Killing His Mother and Sister

16-year-old Boy Who Killed His Mother, Sister in Greater Noida’s Gaur City Found in Varanasi

New Delhi, Dec 9: The 16-year-old boy, who was the prime suspect in Greater Noida’s Gaur City double murder case has been apprehended by the police in Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi.  The teenager, who was absconding after allegedly killing his own mother (42), sister (9)  was taken into custody on Friday afternoon from Varanasi’s Dashashvamedh Ghat.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The teenager, who was absconding after allegedly killing his own mother and sister was found near Varanasi’s Dashashvamedh Ghat

  • The Noida Police is expected to produce the boy before the juvenile justice board today.

According to the reports, that the minor had taken a train to reach Varanasi on his own. The Noida Police is expected to produce the boy before the juvenile justice board today.

The boy has reportedly admitted to his crime and said that he had murdered his mother and sister on December 4. Noida police sources informed India Today that the minor had called his father on Friday morning from an unknown numbe. after which the father immediately informed the police. The police team then took the first flight to Varanasi and caught hold of the boy .

Earlier on December 4, a 42-year-old woman and her 9-year-old daughter were found bludgeoned to death inside  their flat in Greater Noida West’s Gaur City 2 on Wednesday. Police had said that the victims were hit repeatedly by a cricket bat which was found near the bodies.

Noida double murder: cops detain teen

The 16-year-old boy wanted in connection with the murders of his mother and sister in Greater Noida’s Gaur City on Tuesday has been detained in Varanasi, the police said on Friday.

Sources said the teen had boarded a train from Delhi to Varanasi.

Train to Varanasi

The mobile and surveillance unit got his location when he switched on his mobile after reaching Varanasi. The local police were alerted and a team from Greater Noida was dispatched to the scene. They are questioning the boy.

A team of over 100 policemen from Gautam Buddha Nagar were on the lookout for the boy who was missing since the murders.

His photo was posted on social media to seek public help in tracing him.

The father of the teen had said that the boy was addicted to playing violent video games and that this has affected his behaviour.

Gautam Budh Nagar SSP Love Kumar, however, denied this connection.

Noida Police nabs 15-year-old boy prime suspect in murder of mother, sister

Noida: A missing 15-year-old boy, who is the main suspect in the murder of his mother and 11-year-old sister was apprehended late on Friday in Banaras, police said.

Anjali Agarwal, 42, and her daughter Manikarnika, 11, were found bludgeoned to death, likely with a cricket bat, in a bedroom of their Greater Noida flat around 11.30 pm on Tuesday.

Representational image. AFP

Representational image. AFP

Police had said the woman’s son’s bloodstained clothes were found in the bathroom and he was seen exiting the house with a bag.

District Senior Superintendent of Police Love Kumar told IANS that the boy was tracked by one of their police teams and was apprehended with the help of Uttar Pradesh Police.

The officer said that the boy was alone at the time of apprehension and the team bringing the boy back was on their way.

When asked whether the boy has confessed the crime, the officer said that he was yet to talk to his team about it and said that details will be shared later.

Noida double murder: Boy suspected of killing mother, sister found in Varanasi

TNN | Dec 9, 2017

Noida: The schoolboy wanted for the murders of his mother and sister at their Noida Extension flat earlier this week was found in Varanasi, police said on Friday.

“He is fine. A police team is bringing him to Noida. They are on the way,” Noida police chief Love Kumar told TOI on Friday evening. Police had been looking for the boy since Tuesday night, when the bodies of his mother (42) and sister (12) were found on a bed in their 4-bedroom apartment on the 14th floor of a newly built housing society.

It is suspected the murders were committed on the night of December 4. The boy was seen as the prime suspect because his bloodstained clothes, which he is believed to have changed out of, were found in another room and he was seen on CCTV footage leaving the apartment around 11.30 the same night. Footage had shown all three of them entering the house together three hours ago, around 8.30pm.

The boy’s father, a businessman, was away in Gujarat on a work trip.

Love Kumar said the police team had not interviewed the boy yet and would do so only after they reach Noida. The boy had taken his mother’s cellphone with him — his own had been taken away from him in September by the parents because of his addiction to mobile gaming — and the first breakthrough came from that.

The phone was active on the night of December 5 in Delhi’s Chandni Chowk, a police source said. It was the same night police discovered the murders. Thereafter, he switched off the phone. A police officer said the boy was well aware the cellphone could be used to track him because of his extensive exposure to mobile games (he is said to have been particularly hooked to the games High School Gangster Escape and Gangster in High School, built around the themes of students, crime and violence).

But using a combination of surveillance and information, the boy’s location was tracked. Police did not reveal the details but a source said a formal announcement was expected on Saturday morning. The victims’ family members were reluctant to talk.

Aman Bansal, a neighbour, said the murders had led to anxiety among other residents of the society. “We had informed police when repeated knocks on the door went unanswered. It has now created an uncomfortable environment. I hope police find the real culprit,” he said.

The murders are believed to have been committed with a pair of scissors and a cricket bat, both of which were found in the house, and are now in police custody

Return home,’ family appeals to 15-yr-old suspected of killing mother, sister

PTI

PublishedDec 8, 2017
While police say the teen is the prime suspect in the killing of the mother-daughter duo, his father believes he is innocent.
 A woman and her daughter were found murdered in their Greater Noida flat late Tuesday night. (Photo: ANI videgrab)

Greater Noida: Family members of the woman, whose body was found along with her daughter in their flat in Greater Noida’s Gaur City, have appealed to the woman’s son, who has been missing since the incident, to return home.

The 15-year-old boy is the prime suspect in the police investigation in the alleged killing of the mother-daughter duo on Monday night

But the family members said the boy cannot kill anyone.

Post-mortem examinations of the two bodies have revealed the woman, Anjali Agarwal, had seven injury marks on her head, while the daughter, Kanika, had five injury marks on her head.

According to the examination report, the two were likely to have died around 8 pm on Monday.

The woman’s husband Soumya Agarwal said, “My son cannot kill his mother and sister. I appeal to him to come home and he should not be afraid. He should come and tell the truth.” Grandfather Suresh Agarwal said his grandson cannot commit murder.

The boy’s last location was traced to Chandi Chowk in Delhi through the mobile phone he was carrying with him. Police claimed he took Rs 2 lakh in cash from the home.

A police investigation revealed the boy used to play a crime-gangster game on mobile phones. The game was found on other similar electronic devices in the house.

The boy’s aunt said even if he has committed the murders, the developers of the game should be held responsible.

Akhilesh, a relative of the boy, said till he is found and he tells the truth he should not be treated as an accused. He has not taken any clothes from the house.

SSP Love Kumar said: “Four teams have been formed to trace the boy. We hope to trace him soon. Only he can tell the truth about what happened inside the apartment.”

Teenager who killed mother, sister in Greater Noida found in Varanasi

Senior superintendent of police, Gautam Budh Nagar, Love Kumar, said, “The boy has been traced from Varanasi in the evening. Our team is bringing him here.”

DELHI Updated: Dec 09, 2017

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Greater Noida, India - December 06, 2017: The bat was allegedly used in crime to hit the woman and daughter in the head, in Greater Noida, India, on Wednesday, December 06, 2017. (Photo by Sunil Ghosh / Hindustan Times)
Greater Noida, India – December 06, 2017: The bat was allegedly used in crime to hit the woman and daughter in the head, in Greater Noida, India, on Wednesday, December 06, 2017. (Photo by Sunil Ghosh / Hindustan Times)

The 16-year-old boy who allegedly killed his mother and sister at a high-rise in Greater Noida has been found in Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi on Friday, police said.

Senior superintendent of police, Gautam Budh Nagar, Love Kumar, said, “The boy has been traced to Varanasi in the evening. Our team is bringing him here.”

To describe the sequence of events, the district police chief will hold a press conference on Saturday, following the disclosure by the boy to investigators.

The boy has been the prime suspect after the bodies of his mother (42) and sister (9) were recovered from a flat in Greater Noida early Wednesday.

The two were battered to death and faces were disfigured with scissors.

The postmortem report on Thursday had confirmed that the deaths were caused due to injuries to the head. Three different teams were pressed into service to trace the boy who was missing since December 4.

The body had allegedly taken his mother’s phone with him but had switched it off and had also allegedly taken along Rs 2 lakh in cash from his home.

On Thursday, his father had told investigators that he suspected that his son was under the influence of the ‘High School Gangster Escape’ game that involves violence.

Noida double murder case: Teenager admits to killing his mother, sister

On Saturday, the Noida Police is expected to produce the minor before the juvenile justice board.

New Delhi, December 8, 2017
Accused teenager with Noida PoliceAccused teenager with Noida Police

HIGHLIGHTS

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    16-year-old boy admits to killing mother and sister.
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    He murdered the duo on December 4 and fled from the spot.
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    The teenager was arrested from near Dashashwmedh Ghat.

The 16-year-old boy who was the prime suspect in the Greater Noida double murder case has been apprehended by the police in Varanasi.

Confirming the developments, Senior Supritendent of Noida Police, Luv Kumar told India Today, “The juvenile who is suspected of murdering his mother and sister was hiding in Varanasi. With the help of technical evidence, the minor was located near Dashashvamedh Ghat in Varanasi and on Friday afternoon, he was nabbed by our team.”

Sources in Noida police have also confirmed that the juvenile has admitted to the crime and said that he had killed his mother and sister on December 4.

According to Noida police sources, the minor, who was on the run after allegedly committing the murder had called his father on Friday morning from an unknown number. The father immediately informed the police after which a team took the first flight to Varanasi.

Police also requested the mobile owner to keep a close eye on the minor and Varanasi police was informed. The minor was located by the local police walking near  Dashashwmedh Ghat and was immediately apprehended.

Sources told India Today that the minor travelled in a train to Varanasi on his own and there was no conspiracy behind his disappearance.

On Saturday, the Noida Police is expected to produce the minor before the juvenile justice board.

The 42-year-old mother and her 10-year-old daughter were found murdered in their Greater Noida flat late Tuesday night. Their bodies were found in the bedroom of their flat. The father was out of station for work when the incident took place.

According to the CCTV footage accessed by the team of officials probing the case, Anjali and her children were last seen entering the society around 8pm on the fateful night.

The incident came to light when the boy’s father asked his relatives to check on his family as she was not answering his constant calls.

Noida: Police suspect involvement of minor boy in murder of mother, sister

On Tuesday night, a 42-year-old  woman and her 10-year-old daughter were found murdered in their Greater Noida apartment.

New Delhi, December 6, 2017
Noida Police at the crime scene.Noida Police at the crime scene.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 1
    Noida Police suspects involvement of teenager son in crime.
  • 2
    The mother and her daughter were found dead on Tuesday.
  • 3
    The teenaged son has been missing ever since the crime.

The disappearance of 14-year-old son of a woman, who was found dead along with her 10-year-old daughter has deepened the mystery behind this double murder.

According to sources from the Noida police, the missing 14-year-old is their prime suspect whereas the family believes it is a much bigger conspiracy and someone may be behind disappearance of the son.

“The primary investigation reveals that the motive behind this murder is not robbery. There was no forceful entry in the flat which indicates that the killer was well aware of the presence of the woman and her daughter. At this point of time, we cannot confirm the involvement of missing boy in this murder but we are not ruling out any angle,” said Luv Kumar, Senior Supritendent of Police, Noida.

However, grandfather of missing suspect has rubbished the theory that his grandson may be behind this murder. “I am worried about his life, I think someone is guiding him. I appeal that where ever he is, he should come back immediately. He can never do such things, he is a very innocent child,” said the grandfather.

On Tuesday night, 42-year-old woman and her 10-year-old daughter were found murdered in their Greater Noida apartment. The bodies were found wrapped inside a blanket in the bedroom of flat no 1446. The woman’s husband, a businessman who deals with tiles, had gone to Surat in Gujarat early morning on December 3.

The incident came to light when the husband made several calls to the woman on Monday night after 10:30pm, but there was no response. Later he called his neighbours to check on his wife and children.

When neighbours reached the flat, they found that the door was locked from inside.  After finding out that his wife’s phone was unreachable, the husband informed his friend who rushed to the spot. The friend later called the police who broke the lock.

Bodies of the deceased were found inside the bedroom and blood spatters were seen on the walls and ceiling fan. A team of forensic science laboratory collected all the blood samples and other evidence from the crime scene. Police also recovered the weapon used in murder which has been sent to forensic laboratory for further examination.

According to the CCTV footage accessed by India Today, the woman and her children were seen entering their society at 8.16pm on Monday night.

The missing boy studies in class 10 at a school in Mayur Vihar. The police are now on the lookout for the missing child, who could be involved in the crime.

“We suspect the murder has been committed by the missing boy as he can been seen in CCTV grab leaving the house. We also have evidence to prove that he was present at the house and left after the crime. No one else has entered or exited from the flat,” said a police source probing the case. A team of police has been formed to nab the 14-year-old suspect.

Family appeals to 15-yr old boy, suspected of killing mother, sister, to return home

PTI
Published : Dec 8, 2017

The 15-year-old boy is the prime suspect in the police investigation in the alleged killing of the mother-daughter duo on Monday night.

A woman and her daughter were found murdered in their Greater Noida flat late Tuesday night. (Photo: ANI videgrab)

 A woman and her daughter were found murdered in their Greater Noida flat late Tuesday night. (Photo: ANI videgrab)

Greater Noida: Family members of the woman, whose body was found along with her daughter in their flat in Greater Noida’s Gaur City, have appealed to the woman’s son, who has been missing since the incident, to return home.

The 15-year-old boy is the prime suspect in the police investigation in the alleged killing of the mother-daughter duo on Monday night.

But the family members said the boy cannot kill anyone.

Post-mortem examinations of the two bodies have revealed the woman, Anjali Agarwal, had seven injury marks on her head, while the daughter, Kanika, had five injury marks on her head.

According to the examination report, the two were likely to have died around 8 pm on Monday.

The woman’s husband Soumya Agarwal said, “My son cannot kill his mother and sister. I appeal to him to come home and he should not be afraid. He should come and tell the truth.” Grandfather Suresh Agarwal said his grandson cannot commit murder.

The boy’s last location was traced to Chandi Chowk in Delhi through the mobile phone he was carrying with him. Police claimed he took Rs 2 lakh in cash from the home.

A police investigation revealed the boy used to play a crime-gangster game on mobile phones. The game was found on other similar electronic devices in the house.

The boy’s aunt said even if he has committed the murders, the developers of the game should be held responsible.

Akhilesh, a relative of the boy, said till he is found and he tells the truth he should not be treated as an accused. He has not taken any clothes from the house.

SSP Love Kumar said: “Four teams have been formed to trace the boy. We hope to trace him soon. Only he can tell the truth about what happened inside the apartment

Greater Noida: 15-year-old Missing Boy, Prime Suspect in Mother-Sister’s Murder, Held in Varanasi

Greater Noida: Missing Boy, Prime Suspect in Mother-Sister’s Murder, Held in Varanasi

Mother-daughter duo was found dead inside their apartment in Greater Noida on Tuesday.
Mother-daughter duo was found dead inside their apartment in Greater Noida on Tuesday. 

Noida, Dec 8: The 15-year-old son of the woman who was found murdered, along with her daughter inside her home in Greater Noida, has been taken into custody by the Uttar Pradesh police in Varanasi. He will be brought to Noida.

The boy was the prime suspect in the case and was missing since the murder of his mother, Anjali Agarwal (42), and sister, Manikarnika (11) on Monday. The bodies were recovered on Tuesday from their apartment in Gaur City in Greater Noida, wrapped in a blanket.

The police suspected that the duo was beaten to death by a cricket bat and stabbed with a sharp object, multiple times.

Reports say that the door of the house was locked from inside when the police reached the spot. It is believed that the culprit escaped through the washroom window.

The husband of the deceased woman was in Ahmedabad on a business trip and her in-laws were in Uttarakhand when the crime happened.

The boy, a Class 10 student, was seen in CCTV footage entering the flat around 8 pm on Monday with his mother and sister. Next, he is seen leaving alone around 11:30 pm alone, claims a report which further quotes the police as saying that the teen was addicted to “Gangster In High School”, a violent video game.

Meanwhile, the father of the boy has said that his son is incapable of killing anyone.

 

Noida double murder: Two days on, police yet to trace juvenile suspect

Around 11.30 pm Tuesday, the woman and her daughter were found dead in the flat. They had been stabbed with scissors on the face and neck, and hit with a cricket bat

By: Express News Service | Noida | Published: December 8, 2017 1:36 am

While the juvenile is being treated as the prime suspect, police have registered an FIR against unknown persons.Two days after the bodies of a 42-year-old woman and her 11-year-old daughter were found in the bedroom of their 14th floor home in Greater Noida west, police are still on the lookout for the woman’s 16-year-old son — the person last seen with the deceased and a prime suspect in the case.  On Thursday, police also issued a notice with details of the boy, who has been missing since December 5. “The person who will give information (about him) will be suitably rewarded,” the notice read.

Ajay Kumar Sharma, SHO, Bisrakh police station, said, “We are yet to trace the boy. The post-mortem report showed that the victims died of head injuries. Investigations are still underway. More details will be revealed once we trace the boy and speak to him.”  Around 11.30 pm Tuesday, the woman and her daughter were found dead in the flat, with their heads bludgeoned. They had been stabbed with scissors on the face and neck, and beaten with a cricket bat. While the juvenile is being treated as the prime suspect, police have registered an FIR against unknown persons.

According to police, the boy’s father Thursday told police that his son was addicted to a virtual game whose content has “strong violence” and asks players to “escape” from the high school after committing a crime — “hit teacher”, “kill the police”, “hit them hard with your weapons” — and “run for your life”.  “The businessman told us that his son used to spend hours on his wife’s mobile phone, playing a virtual game called ‘High School Gangster Escape’. The boy’s mobile phone had been confiscated in September due to some issues relating to his studies,” SHO Sharma said.  With the content rating at 16+ and “strong violence”, the game’s description states, “Play criminal escape games! Escape the high school! It’s not a romantic high school love story. Sneak out of this High School that is no less than a prison for the gangster after committing a crime like shooting.”

The game further warns the player of “security cameras” which “monitor every crime move”. “Grab weapons to hit and kill security guards of this high school. Escape to the city of gangsters. Avoid security camera. Give hard time to the high school security guards. Win the crazy fight with city police duty officers. Hurt the high school sweethearts; girlfriends and boyfriends. Hit the teachers. Dodge them. Don’t let the police car chase you till the exit point. You are the best gangster of the city,” the description states. The game also tells users that “its okay if you have to kill the police… Hit them hard with your weapons. Run for your life”.

Police said the businessman last spoke to his wife around 7.30 pm Monday. According to CCTV footage on Monday evening, the woman and her two children went out to buy food and returned around 8.30 pm. The footage also shows the boy leaving the building around 11.15 pm.

The flat was occupied by six persons — the woman, her husband, their two children and her in-laws. On the day of the incident, only the woman and her children were home. While the husband had gone to Ahmedabad on a business trip Monday morning, his parents left for Dehradun on Sunday evening, police said.

Greater Noida double murder | Blood-soaked scissors, bat found; cops suspect son

Anjali Agarwal and Manikarnika Agarwal

 Anjali Agarwal and Manikarnika Agarwal Anjali Agarwal, Manikarnika Agarwal

Thursday 7 December 2017 7:38 IST

A mother-daughter duo was found dead with multiple stab wounds on their bodies at their residence in the Gaur City area of Greater Noida on Tuesday night. The prime suspect in the double murder case is their 16-year-old son who was the only one present in the house when the incident took place.

The family of six reside in the 11th Avenue of Gaur City-2 in Greater Noida. The grandparents were away for a wedding while their father was on a business trip to Surat.

Anjali Agarwal (42) and Manikarnika (11) were found lying in a pool of blood wrapped in a blanket on their bed on Tuesday night. Anjali’s 16-year-old son Prakhar who was the only one along with them when the incident occurred, is missing.

The murder was discovered by Anjali’s husband, Soumya’s cousin Virat who had reached the residence after Soumya informed him that his wife and children had not been answering the phone since Monday night. Later on their phones were switched off.

Ajay Kumar Sharma, Station House Officer (SHO) of Bisrakh police station told DNA that Soumya made several calls to his wife on Monday after 10:30pm, but there was no response.

“I felt there was something wrong and then informed the police who then reached the house and broke open the door,” said Virat.

The mother-daughter duo was found lying on the bed with multiple stab wounds; a blood soaked scissors and a blood stained cricket bat. It seems that they were killed on Monday night as they had been unreachable since Monday night.

“Prima facie it appears that their juvenile son has committed the murder as he can be seen leaving the house with a bag in one of the CCTV footages. Soumya also informed us that Rs 2 lakh are missing from the locker. No one entered or exited the flat after that,” added Sharma.

Soumya Agarwal, a businessman who deals in tiles in Barola village of Noida, had gone to Surat in Gujarat early morning on December 3.

In Woman, Daughter’s Murder Near Delhi, Cops Look For Missing Teen Son

The bodies of Anjali Agarwal and her daughter Manikarnika were found in their apartment in Gaur City, with multiple stab wounds and wrapped in blankets. It is believed that they were beaten with the bat and then stabbed with the scissors repeatedly.
Cities | NDTV News Desk | Updated: December 07, 2017
In Woman, Daughter’s Murder Near Delhi, Cops Look For Missing Teen Son
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Anjali Agarwal and 11-year-old Manikarnika were found dead in Greater Noida’s Gaur City.
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Bodies of mother and daughter found at home in Gaur City, Greater Noida
A blood-stained pair of scissors and a bat found near their bodies
Teen, a Class 10 student, seen leaving home on security footage
A 42-year-old woman and her 11-year-old daughter were found murdered inside their home in Greater Noida near Delhi on Tuesday, with a blood-stained pair of scissors and a bat near their bodies. The police say the woman’s missing son, 16, is a suspect in the chilling family murders.

The bodies of Anjali Agarwal and her daughter Manikarnika were found in their apartment in Gaur City, with multiple stab wounds and wrapped in blankets. It is believed that they were beaten with the bat and then stabbed with the scissors repeatedly. The teen son, believed to be the only other person in the flat at the time, is missing. The woman’s husband Soumya Agarwal, a businessman, was away in Surat and his parents, who stay with them, were also out of town.

The murders are believed to have taken place on Monday night. Alarmed that his wife and children were not responding to his calls, Anjali Agarwal’s husband Soumya sent his cousin and neighbours, who broke into the apartment.

The police say the son, a class 10 student, is seen leaving the house on security footage. The boy’s bloodstained clothes were reportedly found in another room.

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Police said the teenage son was seen leaving the house on security camera.
“Mr Agarwal made several calls to his wife after 10.30 pm on Monday but got no response,” a police officer said on Tuesday.

Mr Agarwal has reportedly told the police that Rs. 2 lakh is missing from the locker in their four-bedroom apartment.

Woman, daughter killed in Noida, son suspect

Noida: When businessman Suresh Singh left for Gujarat this Sunday, he would have been seen off by his wife Surbhi, daughter Sonali and son Anil (all names changed). Two days later, on Tuesday night, Surbhi and Sonali were found murdered in their apartment. And police are looking at Anil, a 16-year-old Class 10 student, as the prime suspect.

The crime scene that police discovered when they broke into the 14th-floor Noida Extension apartment indicated a savage assault on Surbhi and her 12-yearold daughter. Both bodies were found on a bed in one of the rooms. The injuries on their neck and head indicated they were stabbed with a pair of scissors and bludgeoned by a cricket bat.

In another room were Anil’s shoes and clothes, which police said had blood stains, and which they believe he changed out of before locking the apartment and leaving. He has been seen going out of the house on CCTV footage from the lobby of the 14th floor at 11.30pm on Monday. If Anil indeed committed these murders, then they would have taken place before that, a full 24 hours before the bodies were discovered.

A massive search has been launched for Anil, who has not been seen since.

Engineer son Kills Parents In Their Home, Tries To Commit Suicide But Falls Asleep

Dec 07, 2017, 16:12 IST | mid-day online correspondent

In A Shocking Incident, A 30-Year-Old Man Allegedly Murdered His Parents And Then Tried To Commit Suicide Himself At His Residence In Shaniwar Peth. The Man Is Believed To Have Injured Himself During His Attempt To Commit Suicide

In a shocking incident, a 30-year-old man allegedly murdered his parents and then tried to commits suicide himself at his residence in Shaniwar Peth. The man is believed to have injured himself during his attempt to commit suicide, eventually falling asleep later as per reports by the Indian Express.

The man is an engineer and was unemployed and is believed to have slit his father’s throat and strangled his mother after they had a fight on the previous night. During the incident, the man’s younger brother and his wife were present in the house as per the police.

A police officer said, “ The accused’s brother’s wife woke up in the morning and realised that her parents-in-law had not woken up… when she went to their bedroom, she saw them lying in a pool of blood on their bed. As she rushed to inform her husband, and found the accused in the drawing room. She saw that he had injuries on his hands. We now know that his father’s throat was slit with a sharp object while his mother was strangulated to death,”

The accused’s brother and his wife alerted the neighbours about the incident and informed the police. The Senior Inspector Appasaheb Shewale, in-charge of Vishrambag police station said, We have arrested Parag Kshirsagar on charges of murdering his parents, and trying to commit suicide. As per our primary information, Parag is an alcoholic and is currently unemployed. He often used to get into arguments with his family members,”

The police have found that the accused slit his father’s throat with a piece of glass and strangled his mother with a rope.

 

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