Cuttack Serial Murder: Wife Of Suspect Killer Claims Innocence
Cuttack: Two days after police nabbed Narayan Sahu, the suspect serial killer behind the three brutal murders in Cuttack, his wife Gitanjali today met Nayagarh SP demanding justice. Refuting the allegations levelled against her husband, Gitanjali along with several villagers accused the police of falsely implicating charges against Narayan.
Gitanjali further claimed that her husband was elsewhere when the murders were executed in the said spots. She has also filed a complaint in this regard at Nayagarh Police station.
“My husband has been falsely implicated. He was in the village when the crimes were committed,” said Gitanjali.
Chittaranjan Sahu, a villager said, “He (Narayan) was at his sister’s place in Bhubaneswar on July 22. Next day, his sister bought him a new pair of clothes, gave him Rs 200 and also booked his bus ticket for Ganjam. He was at his home on July 23 and I have seen him.”
After receiving the complaint, Nayagarh Assistant Superintendent of Police Dilip Sahani said they will inform the same to Cuttack Police.
Sahani said, “The investigation of the murders started in Cuttack. Family members of the accused are unhappy and claiming that he is innocent. We will soon inform Cuttack police about it.”
Narayan, the suspected serial killer behind the three brutal murders in Cuttack, apparently enjoyed while executing the crimes, police revealed on Monday. However, police is yet to confirm whether Sahu is a psycho killer or mentally retarded.
Though initial reports claimed that the accused belonged to Ganjam district, police later confirmed that Sahu is a native of Odagaon Sunamuhi village in Nayagarh district.
Quoting forensic experts, police officials said that all three murders were executed in a similar fashion, wherein the killer used a sharp weapon with a wooden handle (elbow length) to attack the victims while they were asleep. After a detailed analysis of the nature of injuries and execution of crime, it was observed that the injuries were of similar in nature, police said.