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Extremely Scary Murder Cases in India

Tandoor Murder Case

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Naina Sahni was killed by her husband Sushil Sharma on 2 July 1995.

Sushil Sharma fatally shot Naina and chopped her body into pieces, before stuffing it in the clay oven (Tandoor) of Bagiya restaurant, New Delhi. [Read more on wikipedia]

Neeraj Grover Murder Case

neeraj murder case

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Neeraj Grover was a television executive  who was killed on May 7, 2008 and the two people involved in the murder  were Maria Susairaj and his boy friend Lieutenant M.L. Jerome Mathew.

Mathew stabbed Neeraj with a kitchen knife.  After chopping the body into more than 300 pieces and stuffing them into bags, they went to a jungle in vicinity and set the bags on fire. [Read more on wikipedia]

Nithari Serial Murders

Nithari killings

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Surinder Koli, who was convicted of killing young children in Nithari near Delhi nearly a decade ago.

Koli was found guilty of serial rapes and murders between 2005 and 2006 at his employer Moninder Singh Pandher’s house in Nithari where remains of several missing children were found . [Read more on wikipedia]

Somnath Parida, The Chopper

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Photo credits: odishatime.com

72 years old and a retired doctor from Orissa, he chopped his wife into 300 little pieces and put them in 22 steel trunks.

The Cannibal, Ram Niranjan

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He killed 14 people, cooked them and ate them up.

Psycho Raman

Raman Raghav was a serial killer who operated in the city of Mumbai, India in the mid-1960s.

He killed over 30 people. He even raped and killed his own sister.

Dandupalya Krishna

Dandupalya Krishna was the leader of the gang which operated across Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh from August 1995 to October 1999.

They killed 42 people with crowbars and other weapons.

 

 

 

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