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Crime Patrol: Bar girl Kalaj Sharma (Payal-32) murderer nabbed in J&K after 3 months (Episode 148, 149 on 31 Aug & 1 Sep 2012)

The Inside Story

Accused Murderer of Bar Girl in Chembur Finally Arrested after Three Months

After three months of investigation, the Chembur Police in Mumbai, Maharashtra, have arrested Amandeep Singh (29) for the murder of 32-year-old bar girl Inderjeet alias Payal Santram Bhardwaj. Singh allegedly killed Bhardwaj because he wanted to go to Australia, and he believed that marrying her would give him easy entry into the country. However, Bhardwaj refused to marry him, and Singh strangled her in frustration before fleeing the scene.

The incident occurred on the night of April 24 and 25 at Jhama Chowk in a room above Dhanwantari Clinic near Krishna Bakery in Chembur. A neighbour heard Bhardwaj's desperate cries for help and informed the police, who found her dead with strangulation marks and her tongue stretched out. During the investigation, police suspected that someone known to the victim might have stayed with her and escaped from the window after killing her. They discovered that Singh had been loitering near the victim's residence on the night of the offence and had suddenly disappeared from Mumbai the next day.

Despite their initial unsuccessful attempts to locate Singh in Amritsar, Chandigarh, and Jammu, the police continued their investigation and finally managed to track him down in Jammu and Kashmir. Singh has confessed to the crime and is currently in police custody until July 27. This case highlights the importance of persistent police work and thorough investigations in solving crimes and bringing perpetrators to justice.

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