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Cops sift through garbage to locate severed head

CHENNAI: The city police have the humongous activity of sifting thru 11,700 tonnes of rubbish in the Pallikaranai dumpyard to get well the severed body portions of an aspiring actor who was once killed by means of her director-husband. Police are using earthmovers to locate the severed head, torso and palms of the homicide sufferer, 18 days after the crime happened.
Sandhya’s husband, S R Balakrishnan instructed police that he had dumped the body portions in rubbish boxes and alongside the banks of Adyar river on January 20.

The investigation officers have engaged a minimum of three huge cranes and earthmovers to sift during the rubbish unfold over 228 acres, with reference to the IT hub in south Chennai. A police workforce together with the fortify staff of Greater Chennai Corporation are running to get well the lacking head.

A police officer mentioned, “The work is probably not achieved in an afternoon or two because the dumpyard receives a minimum of 650 tonnes of rubbish every day. It will be difficult to locate the package deal through which Balakrishnan had put the girl’s head as there’s no systemic means of dumping rubbish and there’s no person to observe as well.”

Police are also questioning truck drivers who collected waste from Jafferkhanpet space to 0 down at the locations where they dumped the garbage on January 21 and 22. “This will give us a minimum of some thought to slender down the hunt space,” mentioned a police officer.

Balakrishnan used a hammer to damage his wife’s head and then chopped off her body portions and filled them in plastic and gunny bags and dumped them in rubbish boxes close to his area in Jafferkhanpet. “There’s always a police car to patrol the world close to the theatre. Actors Rajinikanth and Ajith Kumar’s movies had launched during Pongal and there was once numerous crowd close to Kasi theatre. He had planned to use the group motion to his merit. He waited till the night show ended and dumped the body portions between 12.30am and 1.00am.

While one bag, with three limbs, was once came upon in a Pallikaranai sell off on January 21, the second one bag was once discovered on Wednesday. The third and perhaps a fourth are but to be discovered. A dragon tattoo on one of the vital limbs helped police to spot Sandhya, a local of Gnanam village close to Thovazhai in Kanyakumari district.

Police have passed over Sandhya’s body to her mom Prasanna Devi and father Ramachandran. Meanwhile, Balakrishnan was once produced before the Justice of the Peace courtroom in Alandur. He was once remanded in jail on Thursday.

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