Andhra woman techie, son found dead in US

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hate crime, United States, Vijayawada, seven-year-old son, son, dead, New Jersey, Narra Sasikala, Anish Sai, Hanumantha Rao,

In another incident of hate crime in the United States, a 38-year-old techie from Vijayawada and her seven-year-old son were found dead in their Maple Shade township flat in New Jersey.

Narra Sasikala and Anish Sai were found in a pool of blood as their throats slit open.

According to report, the law enforcement officials in New Jersey denied the killings were a hate crime. New Jersey police are looking at all angles, including a possible robbery bid that went wrong, Telugu Association of North America sources said. And the victim’s parents alleged that Sasikala’s husband should be considered a strong suspect.

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Sasikala’s husband, Hanumantha Rao, who alerted the police after he “found the bodies” when he returned home from work on Thursday evening, was detained for questioning and his cellphone confiscated by the New Jersey police. Rao said he informed his parents about the incident over the phone around 6 am on Friday before he was taken away by police.

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Officials also said no arrests have been made and the deaths were being investigated as homicides. “The preliminary investigation revealed that both victims were stabbed multiple times,” Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office statement said.

“Contrary to some media reports, at this point there is no indication that this is a hate crime connected to the fact that the victims are of Indian origin,” the statement said.

 

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