Delhi: IAS aspirant kills landlord's son, body found in suitcase

Identified as Avadesh Sakya, the accused is an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) aspirant. 27-year-old had Sakya used to stay with the victim's family for at least five years.

Delhi: IAS aspirant kills landlord's son, body found in suitcase
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NEW DELHI: A seven-year-old boy in Delhi was killed and his body was allegedly kept inside a suitcase for over a month by a former tenant. The incident took place in Delhi's Swaroop Nagar.

Identified as Avadesh Sakya, the accused is an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) aspirant. 27-year-old had Sakya used to stay with the victim's family for at least five years.

Sakya was allegedly unhappy with the boy's parents who objected his habit of partying.

He had recently shifted to another house in the neighbourhood from where the kid's body was found. The kid went missing since January 7.

Sakya had even accompanied the search party and had gone to the police station with the boy's parents to file a missing complaint.

According to police, the boy was killed immediately after he was kidnapped.

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