A serial lady Killer Mohammad Akhtar has been arrested for murdering 2 woman in Siliguri. Murder of two lovers in four months in Siliguri! Siliguri is a city in the northeast Indian state of West Bengal. It sits in the foothills of the Himalayas, surrounded by tea gardens.
The Siliguri Police are stunned by the fame of ‘Lady Killer’ Mohammad Akhtar of Matigara in Siliguri. He had killed one Soochana Mandal, the 19-year-old Soochana Mandal, a resident of Matigara Jorabridge, disappeared.
A written complaint was lodged at Matigara police station in Siliguri on behalf of the family. Police had started the investigation and while talking to Soochna’s family, the police came to know that the young woman had recently fallen in love with a young man named Mohammad Akhtar. Immediately the police detained Mohammad Akhtar and had started interrogated him.
At first, the young man claimed that he did not know anything about the missing lady but he broke down after continuous interrogation. He told the Police that everything was going well in the first initial days of their relationship but later on, as time went on, the bitterness was growing between each other, the disagreements in small issues had started which usually turned to heavy quarrel all-time. He was feeling suffocated and killed the girl during a quarrel a month ago. The dead body was then buried in a forest along the railway line.
Police in the process uncovered shocking crime committed by Akhtar. According to the police, Akhtar had also killed his other lover, one Anita Mahali. The body of Anita Mahali, a resident of Chandmani Tea Garden, was recovered from Matigara on the 1st of this month. At first, the woman’s mother alleged that her husband had killed her daughter. Other information comes to light later. It is known that she was involved in a love affair with Akhtar.
During interrogation, Akhtar admitted that he had killed Anita too on the night of August 31 and her body was buried in the ground.
The police is doubting that Akhtar is a serial killer. Serial murderers are assumed to kill for motives such as sexual compulsion or even recreation. In many cases, the killings are thought to give murderers a feeling of power which may or may not be sexual in nature over their victims.