Monday, 15 October 2018

A Murder Mystery: Mutton Soup Solved the Crime

In a horrible murder plot straight out of a crime thriller, a woman murdered her husband.A cup of mutton soup signaled to solve the murder puzzle. The wife, a 27-year-old lady nurse and her lover were involved in this cold blood story. Not only they had diligently prepared and purged her husband, but also have plotted to pass the beau off as her husband through facial changes through plastic surgery.
M. Swati, a 27-year-old nurse at a private hospital in the town, was married to Sudhakar Reddy for three years and they also had a child. However, she involved in a sordid affair with Rajesh, a physiotherapist. They arranged a secret game to get rid of Reddy.

They executed the plan successfully by injecting anesthesia to Reddy, when he fell unconscious; they hit him on his head resulting in Reddy’s death. They later dumped and burnt the body in the forests.

To ensure that nobody gets suspicious about Reddy's disappearance, Swati hatched a plan to swap her dead husband with Rajesh by making some changes in his physical appearance through plastic surgery.

As part of their plan, Rajesh’s face was disfigured with acid and informed Sudhakar reddy’s relatives that unknown persons had attacked him. Later Reddy' was rushed to a corporate hospital in Hyderabad, where doctors advised plastic surgery.

The treatment had started and when it looked Swati and Rajesh would succeed in their plan, the story took a dramatic turn.The hospital offered 'Sudhakar' a cup of mutton soup. Notably, as practice, mutton soup is given to patients undergoing treatment for burn injuries. Sudhakar' refused to have it. He told the hospital staff that he is not used to having non-vegetarian food.

Reddy's relatives got suspicious when he refused to have mutton soup served to patients with burn injuries. They were shocked when he told the hospital staff that he is a vegetarian as the real Reddy used to take non-vegetarian food.

They started asking him some questions including the identity of some relatives, he stopped speaking and was conversing with signs. Reddy's family members alerted police. When the police grilled Swati, she confessed to killing her husband with the help of Rajesh.

She also confessed that she was inspired by Telugu movie "Yevadu" starring Ram Charan Teja and Allu Arjun. The story of this 2014 movie was about a youth (Alu Arjun) who gets injured and a lady plastic surgeon gives him the face of her deceased son (Ram Charan).
Moral of story: Murder Cannot Be Hid Long. The Truth Will Out.The The truth is that killing innocent people is always wrong - and no argument or excuse, no matter how deeply believed, can ever make it right.

Written with help of materials available on Net and photos are from sources with thanks.Posted by Engr Maqbool Akram

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