A Daughter's Deception: Mumbai Woman Accused of Killing and Hiding Mother's Remains in Closet and Tank
In a disturbing incident, the mutilated body of a woman was found in a plastic bag stuffed inside a closet in her own home in Mumbai. The police have reported that Veena Jain's body was in a decomposed state, having been kept for months in the closet. Pieces of flesh and bones were found in a steel box inside a tank, indicating that the body had been mutilated. The deceased woman's daughter, Rimple Jain, has been arrested in
connection with the murder.The crime came to light when Veena Jain's brother and nephew reported her missing to the police on Tuesday, having last seen her on November 26. The police searched her apartment and discovered the plastic bag with the victim's remains. Rimple Jain was subsequently questioned for hours before her arrest.It is still unknown how Veena Jain died, but the police have revealed that she fell down the stairs in December. This is the latest in
“ Stay ahead of the news with The Speed Express. We delivers the latest, most accurate and relevant information on politics, business, sports, entertainment and more. Get informed, always. ”
series of murders-at-home reported in recent months, including the infamous Shraddha Walkar murder case in Delhi. In that case, Aaftab Poonawala allegedly killed his live-in partner and kept parts of her body in a refrigerator that he bought for the purpose. He then scattered the remains, one by one, across the Mehrauli forest in the city.The rise in murders-at-home has caused alarm across India, with many pointing to the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns as contributing factors. Mental health
issues, economic stress, and unemployment have also been cited as potential triggers for such violent incidents.It is crucial for society to address these underlying issues and provide support to those who may be struggling. It is also essential for the authorities to thoroughly investigate these crimes and ensure that justice is served for the victims and their families. The safety and security of individuals in their own homes must be a top priority for society and the government alike.