New Delhi: It was a horrific and gory scene for the two brothers of Sandesh after seeing his body parts chopped into pieces. “It is my brother’s head,” said Aadesh, deceased’s brother, after one of the polythene bags containing Sandesh body parts was opened. He told Millennium Post that last time his brother came to his house to take food items to feed pigeons. “My brother used to tell me about the problems he is facing,” said Aadesh. The body was in horrific condition. “From the shop, his legs and other parts were recovered whereas his head was kept in his son’s room,” added Aadesh. Also Read – Cylinder blast kills mother and daughter in Karawal NagarThe family members on Wednesday protested in front of the deceased’s house and demanded a fair probe in the case. “We got suspected when Sandesh did not open his shop on Tuesday,” said another brother Rakesh. His son Aman who killed his father did not allow him to check the room. “When we discovered plastic bags in the shop, Aman told me that it was his friend’s things but later my brother’s body parts recovered in pieces from bags,” said Rakesh. Also Read – Two persons arrested for killing manager of Muthoot FinanceAadesh further said that police took Aman and his friend Ayush to the second floor. “Aman said that he had kept his father’s other body parts in polythene. It was horrific,” added Aadesh. After his head was taken out Aadesh was shocked. “Yes it was my brother’s head,” said Aadesh who was angry with Aman. Later deceased’s son informed the police that he had kept his father’s clothes in a steel box. Sandesh had two sons and Aman was the elder one. He also had a daughter. It is being suspected that Sandesh was killed on Monday. When Deputy Commissioner of Police (Shahdara) Meghna Yadav was asked whether it was a pre-planned murder, she said that it happened in the fit of rage. In the first four months of 2019, as many as 164 murders were reported in different parts of the National Capital. The investigating agency said that enmity and disputes were the main reasons behind most of these murders. “As many as 83 murders were the result of enmity or disputes,” data said.
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