Navi Mumbai Crime News: The rickshaw driver killed her as soon as she had sex first and demanded one thousand rupees!

Navi Mumbai Crime News:  The body of a woman was found on March 22 in the forest near Advali Bhutvali village of Mahape-Shilphata in Navi Mumbai. Navi Mumbai Police has succeeded in solving this murder. The investigation has revealed that the murder was committed after demanding Rs. Police have arrested a rickshaw driver in this case. 

The police have arrested a rickshaw driver Mohammad Ahmed Mohammad Ali Sain (age 36) in connection with the murder of a woman on March 22. The accused rickshaw driver had intercourse with the deceased woman. After that, the woman demanded one thousand rupees from the accused. There was an argument between them. Investigation has revealed that the rickshaw puller killed the woman by putting a cement concrete stone on her head due to this dispute. 

After the dead body of the woman was found in the forest, the police examined the entire CCTV footage of the incident area. Also started checking the records of suspect vehicles. It was found that both a woman and a rickshaw driver were going to the Gavdevi temple in Advali Bhutvali from a rickshaw. After that, the police started searching for the rickshaw driver. After that, the rickshaw driver was detained and the investigation started. Finally he confessed his crime during police investigation. 

While searching for passengers in Turbhe Indira Nagar area, the said woman sat in the rickshaw of the accused as a passenger. Further, when Advali came to a secluded place in Bhutvali area, the accused had intercourse with the woman. In return, she demanded one thousand rupees from the accused. But when the accused refused to pay the amount, there was an argument between them. The police informed that the accused killed the woman in this dispute.

The body was found in the bushes

The dead body was found in the bushes along the dirt road leading to Gavdevi temple of Satti Devi from Mahape Shilphata in the limits of Advali Bhutvali village. The age of this woman was approximately between 30 to 35 years. As soon as the police received information about the body, the investigation was immediately started. 

Get the more latest Mumbai news updates

Scroll to Top