The body of a woman found in pieces in trains in Indore and Rishikesh has been identified, the mystery of the murder remains

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Indore: The Government Railway Police (GRP) on Wednesday claimed that the body of a woman found in pieces inside two passenger trains in Indore and Rishikesh has been identified. However, the GRP is still trying to solve the mystery of the woman’s murder.

A GRP official said the woman’s both hands and legs were found in a passenger train at Rishikesh on June 10, while the rest of her body was recovered from another passenger train at Indore, around 1,150 km from the religious town in Uttarakhand, on June 9.

Santosh Kori, Superintendent of Police, Indore unit of GRP, said, “The victim of the brutal murder has been identified as Meera (35). She was a resident of Bilpank police station area of ​​Ratlam district.” He said that Meera was married and has two daughters.

The police superintendent said the 35-year-old woman left her house on June 6 after a quarrel with her husband and when she was not found, her family lodged a missing person’s report at the Bilpank police station on June 12.

Kori said that along with questioning the suspects in the murder of the woman, detailed investigation is underway. GRP has already announced a reward of Rs 10,000 to the person who gives a concrete clue in this murder case.
The police superintendent said that the initials “Meera Ben” and “Gopal Bhai” were found written in Hindi’s Devanagari script on the girl’s hand.

Kori said, “We have come to know that Gopal is actually the name of Meera’s real brother. In a community in Ratlam area, there is a tradition of tattooing the name of the brother along with the name of the girl on her hand.” GRP station in-charge Sanjay Shukla said that according to the information gathered by him, 39 women named Meera have gone missing this year across the state.

He said, “The body of Meera, a resident of Ratlam district, was identified on the basis of her brother’s name (Gopal) as well as the woman’s appearance and jewellery. However, we are also conducting DNA tests to confirm the identity.”

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