Woman techie shot dead in Noida, boyfriend prime suspect

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi ChaturvediBy Sakshi Chaturvedi

Published on 1 Jun 2017 4:22 AM GMT

Woman techie shot dead in Noida, boyfriend prime suspect
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Noida: A 23-year-old woman was gunned down by an unidentified man in the parking area of her building in Noida on Wednesday morning.

The incident occurred at around 0630 hours when some residents informed police about her death in the parking area.

The deceased, identified as Anjali Rathour, worked as a Trainee Engineer in the Sales Department of a mobile manufacturing company in Sector 62 of Noida. She was a native of Yamunanagar in Haryana and stayed in a sharing accommodation on third floor with her five friends in Shatabdi Rail Vihar Apartment Society.

The police said, "Initial investigations suggest that she got a call from a man believed to be her boyfriend Ashwani at around 0605 hours. She later went to meet him in the parking area of the building."

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The victim was immediately taken to the nearby hospital, where she was declared dead.

Superintendent of Police (City) Arun Kumar Singh stated, "The CCTV footage of around 0630 hours shows a man chasing her and she running to avoid him. Finally, he shoots her in the back of her head". He further said, "The CCTV at the main entrance gate was found to be non-functional. We could not identify the accused person due to unclear image of his face. The call details records (CDR) of the deceased are being examined."

Her family members and police are suspecting Ashwani involvement in the crime. "We are also looking for Ashwani," the officer said.

It was discovered that she had been avoiding Ashwani's phone calls for several weeks, police said.

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She was staying in Shatabdi Rail Vihar Society for the last five months, they added.

Police have formed three teams to crack the case and are enquiring security guards of the society and her office colleagues to arrest the accused persons.

It may be mentioned that, Rathour had joined the company in 2016 after doing an IT course from Lovely Professional University (LPU) in Punjab. She met Ashwani in LPU, who is a native of Etawah in Uttar Pradesh.

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi Chaturvedi

A journalist, presently working as a Sub-Editor at newstrack.com.

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