On March 23, a Telugu NRI woman Narra Sasikala and her 7-year-old son Anish Sai Narra were found murdered brutally in their Maple Shade apartment in Burlington, New Jersey. A month has gone by nearly, and yet there is no trace of the police zeroing in on the murderer.
Narra Sasikala Murder Case Mystery
Hopes have increased though that the Narra Sasikala murder case will be solved in a matter of few days now with the FBI joining the investigation. The murderer, whosoever it may be must have been feeling nervous with the top investigating agency getting involved in cracking the Sasikala Narra murder case mystery.
The usual doubt was initially cast on Narra Hanumantha Rao, Sasikala’s husband as he was alleged to have an extra-marital affair with a colleague named Deepa Ajith, as named by the victim herself in an email to her brother. However, Narra Hanumantha Rao stood strong and maintained to claim his innocence although back home in India, his in-laws were holding press conferences to talk extremely bad about him.
To be fair on Narra Hanumantha Rao, he was not present at the time of the Narra Sasikala murder as he was partying at office, which gave him a strong alibi in the New Jersey murder case. Although, he was questioned by the police, apparently they could not collect any conclusive evidence to prove his involvement in the Narra Sasikala murder case.
There was also a question of a lady killer involved in Sasikala Narra murder case for reasons best known to the police. What has been learnt is that the murderer had extreme hatred towards the victims which was reflected by the multiple stabbings on the bodies of the mother and son.
It was also confirmed that there was no burglary attempt made as there was no reports of any valuables stolen after the New Jersey murder incident.
Narra Hanumantha Rao, it can be recalled was not charged and was free to travel to India to pay his last rites to his wife and son. However, he chose not to!
A recently released 911 call from him reveals the shock in his voice as he goes on narrating about the murders. However, what sounded strange was his repeated assertion that he had just come from the office when he saw the bodies lying in a pool of blood.
Nevertheless, it is high time that the US police crack the Narra Sasikala murder case mystery as at least Indians rate them to be highly advanced and sophisticated in keeping the criminals at bay.