This is really shocking. Whoever committed this horrible crime seemed to have had no fear of police. And it’s easy to understand why [links at the bottom].
When her father was unable to get in touch with Esther Anuhaya, he asked his brother Kumar to approach cops and register a complaint. The railway police at Kurla asked Kumar to register a complaint with Vijaywada police station, near Machilipatnam where Esther had boarded the train. Kumar called up Jonathan and a case was registered with Vijaywada police station after which the cops there wrote an official letter transferring the complaint to Kurla railway police.
“It is very sad, disheartening and shocking to learn that the body of the missing girl was tracked down by her father and colleagues in Bhandup. It is suspected to be a case of rape and murder, which will unravel after the post-mortem. Had the crime branch, whom I was in touch with on behalf of the family, launched an immediate rescue mission by thoroughly combing the Bhandup location of the last call on her phone, her life may have been saved,” Abraham Mathai, president of Indian Christian Voice, told TOI.
MUMBAI: The half-burnt body of software engineer Esther Anuhaya (23) was found in a highly decomposed state in a secluded place near a nullah off the Eastern Express Highway in city’s suburb of Kanjurmarg late on Thursday. Investigators suspect it to be a case of “rape with murder” and that the accused may have tried to destroy evidence by burning her body.