PORVORIM: While the Goa Police Director General of Police Jaspal Singh is busy on “X”, formerly Twitter, pointing our the mistakes of the visual and print media, he seems to have forgotten to put his own house in order first.
Of late, the DGP Goa Mr Singh is seen busy criticising the media more than his own team on “X”. However, his own team has failed to maintain law and order in the State as the Coastal State sees series of murders in last few days.
On Friday, Goa was rocked by the murder of the 30-year-old Porvorim girl Kamakshi, who was killed by her ex-boyfriend Prakash Chunchwad, a 22-yr old boy, and dumped her body in Amboli Ghat in Maharashtra, around 76 kilometers from Porvorim.
Now the question that arises is that how did Prakash cross the border in the Hyundai Verna car.
The car black tinted glasses and the shocking part is that the Goa Police, which stops every two wheeler or a tourists at every kilometer, failed to stop this car, which had dark tinted glass.
When questioned a police official, spekaing on condition of anonymity, said that not all vehicles are stopped.
However, Goemkarponn agrees that not all vehicles could be stopped at borders but atleast the ones with tinted glass violating laws can be stopped.
The rationale behind the Supreme Court judgement behind banning tinted glass was to stop such kinds of crimes.
Porvorim Police Crack burder in 24 hrs…
Porvorim Police have successfully cracked a murder case within 24 hrs of registration and arrested two accused persons in connection with the murder of a 30-yr-old lady.
On 30/08/2023 a Missing Case was registered in connection with missing of a lady namely Kamakshi d/o. Shankar Uddapnov, aged: 30 years, R/o Solsen Apartment, Porvorim – Goa from her flat in Porvorim. During the investigation of the missing case the family suspected that the said lady might be abducted by her ex-boyfriend.
Accordingly Porvorim Police registered a case under section 365 IPC for abduction on 31/08/2023 and immediately detained the suspected person Mr. Fakir @ Prakash Chunchwad, age 22 yrs, r/o. 20 point programme, Socorro, Porvorim, Goa.
Further during thorough interrogation the ex boyfriend attempted to mislead the police by giving wrong facts.
However, Porvorim Police through technical surveillance and local intelligence interrogated the accused person wherein he confessed of committing the murder of Ms Kamakshi by stabbing her with a knife multiple times and further disposing her body in Amboli Ghat, Maharashtra late night hours on 30/08/2023. The accused person also disclosed the name of his friend who helped him in disposing ofthe dead body.
Further on Friday, Porvorim Police along with Forensic Team proceeded to Amboli Ghat and with the assistance of Sawantwadi Police Station team and local rescue team located and recovered the dead body which was thrown at least 50 metres into the Ghat.
The body has been sent for preservation in GMC, Bambolim pending post mortem examination. Upon recovery of the dead body section 302 IPC and section 201 1PC has been adduced into the crime.
The friend of the accused person Nirupadi s/o. Shraranappa Kadakal, age: 21 yrs, r/o. H.No. 4, Plot D, Socorro, Porvorim, Goa has also been arrested in the present crime.
The car used by the accused person to dispose the dead body bearing reg no: GA-03-H-9923 of make Hyundai Verna has also been attached by the police.
The motive of’the crime is that the deceased lady was in relationship with the accused person and that she had recently broken her relationship with him and because of this the accused person committed this gruesome act.
The investigation team was supervised by
SDPO Porvorim Vishwesh Karpe and consisted of PI Anant Gaonkar, PSI Sanket Talkar, Pratik Bhatprabhu, Sitaram Malik, ASI Umesh Pawaskar and constables Utkarsh Dessai, Mahadev Naik, Nitesh Gaude, Bhikaji Parab, Raviraj Gaonkar, Siddhesh Naik and Yogesh Shinde.