Telangana shocker: Stalker slits throat of 22-year-old woman in full public view in Karimnagar

The shocking incident took place at a mee seva centre near press club in Karimnagar town on Friday morning.

Published: 15th June 2018 02:37 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th June 2018 08:58 AM   |  A+A-

Karimnagar Police investigating the mee seva centre where Roshni was killed in Karimnagar on Friday. (EPS)

By Express News Service

KARIMNAGAR: Just moments after a young woman reached her work place on Friday morning, her alleged stalker walked in and slit her throat. He did not stop there. He dragged her out of the office and in full public view, tried to kill himself too. However, onlookers detained him and handed him over to police.

The shocking incident took place at a mee seva centre near press club in Karimnagar town on Friday morning. Though the girl was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital, doctors could not save her life. The 22-year-old was identified as Vutla Rasagna Roshni, a native of Ramagundam in Peddapalli district. She had been working as a computer operator at the centre for the last three months.

It was just past 10 am when the girl had reached the office and she was having a cup of tea when her alleged stalker, Vamsi chander, walked in on the pretext of being a customer seeking a land clearance certificate. There were no other customers present at the office but those who were present outside when Vamsi Chander dragged the victim's body outside, said that he was carrying a pen knife.

Police teams along with clues team have visited the spot and have started investigation. It is suspected that Vamsi Chander and Rasagna were in love and possible cracks in their relationship could have led to the incident. However, ACP P Venkataramana, who visited the spot said all angles are being investigated.

A video of the accused being beaten up by a mob, before he was handed over to police, has also gone viral on social media.


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