Radhika`s family unconvinced about police claims
The family of Radhika Tanwar, on Saturday appeared unconvinced about the police claim of cracking her murder saying they felt that the investigators wanted to shut the case as soon as possible.
New Delhi: The family of Radhika Tanwar,
who was shot dead last Tuesday outside her college in Dhaula
Kuan, on Saturday appeared unconvinced about the police claim of
cracking her murder saying they felt that the investigators
wanted to shut the case as soon as possible.
"They want to shut the case. We don`t know who this
person is. We have not seen him earlier," said Prathiba, a
cousin of Radhika, referring to the man arrested in connection
with the Delhi University girl`s broad daylight murder last
25-year-old Vijay who had a "psychopathic obsession"
for stalking women was arrested from Mumbai for allegedly
murdering Radhika with police today claiming that he took her
life for "snubbing" him.
Vijay alias Ram Singh was apprehended by a team of
Delhi Police from Tagore Nagar in suburban Mumbai`s Vikroli at
around 11 pm yesterday in connection with the murder.
Investigators attributed the immediate trigger for the
girl`s murder on the foot overbridge outside Ramlal Anand
College in south Delhi`s Dhaula Kuan to the snubbing of Vijay
by Radhika on last Saturday, three days before her killing,
when he approached her to strike a conversation.