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Crime Patrol: Techie murder: Vital MMS clip still missing (Episode 18 on 25th June 2011)

The Inside Story

Missing Clues Hampering Investigation into Software Engineer's Murder in Ahmedabad, Gujarat

The murder of software engineer Kunal Pancholi in Ahmedabad on August 18 has left investigators puzzled. Megha Shah and her boyfriend, Chirag Rana, have confessed to the murder, claiming that Kunal used to blackmail Megha with intimate video clips. However, the alleged clips are yet to be found, and Kunal's mobile phone, which Megha claims contained the videos, is missing.

The police have searched for the mobile phone in the Narmada canal near Khoraj with the help of fire brigade swimmers, but they have not found it. Kunal's laptop, which has been seized and sent for forensic verification, is yet to yield any clues. The case highlights the importance of digital privacy and the need for better laws and support for victims of cybercrime. It also underscores the importance of thorough investigations and the need for advanced technology and expertise to solve complex criminal cases.

The police are still investigating the case and have not ruled out any other motive for the murder. The missing evidence is making it difficult for them to determine the truth behind Megha's claims. The case also raises questions about the impact of technology on personal relationships and the need for greater awareness and education on issues related to consent, privacy, and online safety.READ MORE

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