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Delhi Serial Killings Case Judgement

Delhi Serial Killings Case Judgement

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Published by Sampath Bulusu
In the year 2006 and 2007 Delhi was rocked and shaken by
serial killings. In these killings the author of the crime followed a
definite pattern where he killed the victims by decapitating their heads
and he thereafter chopped their various body parts and threw the
decapitated bodies of these young men outside the Central Jail Tihar and
scattered their body parts at various places around Delhi. He did not
stop at that and followed his crime precisely. After throwing the
decapitated bodies he used to inform the police about the crime (in two
cases) and the place where he had thrown the decapitated body. Along
with these bodies he also left a note / letter (two cases) wherein he
challenged the Law Enforcement Agencies to catch him. In the last case which came to light on 18.5.2007, he had also threatened to send
similar gifts (decapitated bodies) to the Delhi Police after every 15 days.
Three such cases were registered in respect of the decapitated bodies
thrown outside Central Jail Tihar on 20.10.2006, 25.4.2007 and
18.5.2007 in respect of FIR Nos. 609/2006, 243/2007 and 279/2007
were registered at Police Station Hari Nagar in which the accused
Chanderkant Jha is the accused.
In the year 2006 and 2007 Delhi was rocked and shaken by
serial killings. In these killings the author of the crime followed a
definite pattern where he killed the victims by decapitating their heads
and he thereafter chopped their various body parts and threw the
decapitated bodies of these young men outside the Central Jail Tihar and
scattered their body parts at various places around Delhi. He did not
stop at that and followed his crime precisely. After throwing the
decapitated bodies he used to inform the police about the crime (in two
cases) and the place where he had thrown the decapitated body. Along
with these bodies he also left a note / letter (two cases) wherein he
challenged the Law Enforcement Agencies to catch him. In the last case which came to light on 18.5.2007, he had also threatened to send
similar gifts (decapitated bodies) to the Delhi Police after every 15 days.
Three such cases were registered in respect of the decapitated bodies
thrown outside Central Jail Tihar on 20.10.2006, 25.4.2007 and
18.5.2007 in respect of FIR Nos. 609/2006, 243/2007 and 279/2007
were registered at Police Station Hari Nagar in which the accused
Chanderkant Jha is the accused.

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IN THE COURT OF Dr. KAMINI LAU: ADDL. SESSIONSJUDGE-II (NORTH-WEST): ROHINI COURTS: DELHISession Case No. 91/2011Unique Case ID No. 02404$0477652007
State Vs.Chandrakant JhaS/o Radhey Kant JhaR/o Village and Post Office Ghasi,Police Station Chausa,Distt. Madhepura, Bihar 
(Convicted)FIR No.:279/2007Police Station:Hari NagarUnder Section:302/201 Indian Penal Code
Date of committal to the Sessions Court:25.9.2007Date on which judgment was reserved:19.1.2013Date on which judgment was announced:
24.1.2013JUDGMENT:
(1)
In the year 2006 and 2007 Delhi was rocked and shaken byserial killings. In these killings the author of the crime followed adefinite pattern where he killed the victims by decapitating their headsand he thereafter chopped their various body parts and threw thedecapitated bodies of these young men outside the Central Jail Tihar andscattered their body parts at various places around Delhi. He did notstop at that and followed his crime precisely. After throwing thedecapitated bodies he used to inform the police about the crime (in twocases) and the place where he had thrown the decapitated body. Alongwith these bodies he also left a note / letter (two cases) wherein hechallenged the Law Enforcement Agencies to catch him. In the last
St. Vs. Chanderkant Jha, FIR No. 279/07, PS Hari Nagar 
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case which came to light on 18.5.2007, he had also threatened to sendsimilar gifts (decapitated bodies) to the Delhi Police after every 15 days.Three such cases were registered in respect of the decapitated bodiesthrown outside Central Jail Tihar on 20.10.2006, 25.4.2007 and18.5.2007 in respect of FIR Nos. 609/2006, 243/2007 and 279/2007were registered at Police Station Hari Nagar in which the accusedChanderkant Jha is the accused. All these cases though not consolidated,have been taken up together the pattern of crime / modus operandi beingsimilar; major investigations being common; the evidence in the form of electronic records; forensics etc. being common.
(2)
In the present case as per the allegations, the accusedChandrakant Jha had some time prior to 18.5.2007 committed themurder of an unknown person by beheading his body and thereafter wrapped the headless / decapitated body in a gunny bag which he threwoutside Gate No.1, Central Jail, Tihar. In order to conceal the identity of the deceased and to cause disappearance of evidence of murder in order to screen himself from legal punishment, he also threw the head / body parts of the decapitated body at various places in Delhi.
BRIEF FACTS/ CASE OF THE PROSECUTION:
(3)The case of the prosecution is that on 18.05.07 at 06.50 AM aninformation regarding one dead body in a gunny bag lying in front of Gate No.1, Tihar jail, was received and DD No.10-A was recorded atPolice Station Hari Nagar. The said DD entry was entrusted to ASIKrishan Chand for necessary action and the information was also passedto the SHO. ASI Krishan Chand along with Ct. Ram Singh rushed to thespot and found, one plastic bag tied with the plastic strips on thefootpath in the North side of Gate No.1, Central Jail, Tihar. The place of 
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occurrence was got inspected by Mobile Crime Team West District andthe photographs were got done. The scene of crime was inspected andone male human head less dead body aged 20-25 years, medium built,shallow complexion, without arms & legs and private parts was found.One letter written by the culprit in Hindi in the name of Delhi Policewas also found near the dead body. All the exhibits were lifted andseized at the Scene of Crime. The exhibits were seized and case was gotregistered and investigation of the case was entrusted to InspectoOmbir Singh, the then Addl. SHO Hari Nagar, Delhi. The dead bodywas got preserved at DDU mortuary and all efforts were taken toidentify the dead body but it could not be identified.(4)On 19.05.2007 another PCR call regarding recovery of human parts opposite S.B.I. was received at Police Post Tis Hazari vide DD No.4 PP which was entrusted to ASI Arjun Singh, who rushed the spot andone carton containing human cut arms and private parts were found.The said parts were kept in the mortuary at Subzi Mandi and on27.05.07, the above recovered human parts were taken to DDU Hospitalmortuary for comparison of the recovered above headless and part lessdead body in front of Gate No.1, Tihar jail.(5)On 20.5.2007 pursuant to a secret information accusedChander Kant Jha was arrested in FIR No. 609/06, under Section302/201 IPC, Police Station Hari Nagar by Inspector Sunder Singh, Spl.Staff/ West Distt. During sustained interrogation, the accused admittedhaving committed the crime and a skull was recovered at his instancefrom the banks of river Yamuna. The accused also disclosed aboutremoving the parts & legs of the dead body and also disclosed the nameof the deceased as Dalip. Postmortem examination was got conductedvide PM No 581/06 at DDU hospital on 14.06.07 and the Autopsy
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