Ex-IAF pilot’s wife murder: Police search for car which entered society

first_imgNew Delhi: The Delhi Police had questioned four to five persons including the family members of former IAF wing commander’s wife who was found dead at her house in Dwarka’s Sector-7 area.Police said that they are trying to trace a car in the case and they also suspect that the deceased might have been made unconscious and then killed. Investigators told Millennium Post that apart from robbery, different angles being probed. “We are tracing a car in the case which had entered the society. The number plate of the vehicle is not clear. Phone records being scanned in the case,” said the Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehiclesinvestigator. “More than three teams closely working in the case. Some new facts came which is being investigated,” he added. Police sources further said that they are investigating whether the deceased Meenu Jain might have been unconscious when the accused killed her. “There are several things which are being checked,” added source. Police are also finding a cell phone which is currently off. A 52-year-old wife of a former IAF wing commander was found dead at her house in Dwarka, police said on Saturday. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarThe deceased has been identified as Neenu Jain. Neenu’s husband is a retired Indian Air Force wing commander and currently working as a commercial pilot with IndiGo. The couple has a son and a daughter. The son, who works in an MNC in Noida, visits his parents on weekends while the daughter is a doctor in Goa, police said. “The investigation is taken up by the team and we have already collected the CCTV from the society,” said a senior Police officer. The father of the deceased called her on Friday evening but she did not receive the phone. Thereafter, her father and brother came to see her at her flat in Air Force Naval officers Enclave in Dwarka Sector-7 but noticed that the gate of the house was locked from outside. Unable to get the door opened and suspecting something amiss, the duo then entered the house from her neighbour’s side. As they entered the house they saw Meenu Jain lying on the floor unconscious. A mobile phone, some cash and jewellery was found missing from the house, following which a case under sections 302 (murder) and 392 (robbery) of the Indian Penal Code has been registered and investigation initiated, police said.last_img


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