Gandhinagar: In Gujarat, there has been an uproar over the discovery of half-burnt bodies of a woman and a man at Adalaj in Gandhinagar. Police have sent the bodies for postmortem. It seemed that the bodies of these two had been separated from the body before they were burned. Both were attacked with sharp-edged weapons and then an attempt was made to burn the bodies with the intention of destroying evidence.
In fact, the half-burnt bodies of a woman and a man were lying in an open space near Narmada Canal on the banks of Adalaj village. As soon as the information was received, the police registered a case of murder and initiated action. When the police checked in the vicinity, the hands, heads and other parts of the body were found separately. The two are believed to be aged between 25 and 40 years. With the help of dog squad and FSL team, the police are engaged in the case. Both the bodies have been sent to the Civil Hospital in Ahmedabad for postmortem.
The police have initiated action in this case by forming separate teams. The police are also investigating if the two were husband and wife, then the missing complaint of the last one month is also going to be found. Missing people's data is being collected. At the same time, efforts are being made to identify him through the objects found near his body in Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar area.