This case is of a 16 year old teenage girl named Disha, who stays in Uttam Nagar. Her father is a constable in the army. She was preparing for her medical entrance exams. Jay knew her family well. He owned a real estate firm which was too close to her residence. Disha's brother Rohit use to pick her up regularly from the classes. On 16 december 2010, New Delhi worst incident occurs.
Rohit and his father searches Disha on the roads of Vikaspuri, Janakpuri etc Rohit and his father complaints police. The tea stall owner discloses that she went with a guy on her own. Disha tries to save herself. She calls her brother Rohit but Jay disconnects it. Delhi police succeeds in tracing the number of jay and reaches his residence. Is she killed or safe?

The Inside Story
If you think women are not safe in the Capital only at night and on the streets, think again.

A 16-year-old girl was allegedly abducted in broad daylight from Vikaspuri, kept in confinement for more than 24 hours in a flat in Dwarka before being brutally murdered when she resisted her abductor's apparent rape attempt.

The police arrested a man - Om Yadav, a property dealer who was a neighbour of the deceased - on Friday night.

According to the police, he knew the victim and has admitted to the murder.

The girl, a resident of Uttam Nagar in west Delhi, was abducted on Thursday while returning home from a private coaching institute in Janakpuri.

The victim was studying in Class XI at a government school in Uttam Nagar. She wanted to be a doctor and was preparing for her medical exams.

Family members said she left home every day around 3pm to attend coaching classes.

Elder brother Navneet Jha escorted her back home daily but on Thursday, she called him to say that she would return on her own as her classes had got over earlier, they added.

"My sister was preparing for her medical entrance exams. Navneet used to pick her up every day at 7 in the evening but on Thursday she said her classes had got over at 6pm and that she would return with her friends," Jaya Jha, the victim's elder sister, said.
She, however, didn't return.

The police said when the girl did not return home on Thursday evening, Navneet and Jaya informed their father, who is a havaldar in the army and is posted at Subroto Park. The family informed the police on Thursday night following which a search was launched for her.
"We spoke to the deceased's friends who accompanied her on her way home from the coaching institute. They told us they dropped her at the traffic signal on the Vikaspuri main road. My father along with the police went to several places to find her on Friday morning. He has not returned since. He is at the crematorium," Jaya said.

"The police took my father to the house in Dwarka where my sister was found murdered. We don't know who murdered her and why," she added.

The girl's family had received two calls from a cellphone on Friday morning but no one responded to those calls. " Based on the location of the calls and an eyewitness who had seen the girl and the accused on Thursday morning, we zeroed on Om Yadav," a police officer said.

Deputy commissioner of police (west) V. Renganathan said: " The victim and the accused were neighbours and knew each other. She had gone with him on the day of the incident. After reaching the flat in Dwarka, he refused to let her go. He slit her throat with a dagger on Friday afternoon when he apparently tried to rape her." She was kept in confinement and murdered inside a DDA Janta flat in Dwarka's Sector 16.

During interrogation, the accused admitted to killing the girl when she resisted his attempts to rape her. A police officer said: " We seized liquor bottles from the flat. The accused had taken it on rent and would bring over girls there.

He confessed that he murdered her under the influence of alcohol. The dagger used to kill the girl has been seized." Police sources said they have recovered the girl's bag from the accused's flat.

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