Mumbai techie buried in her native in AP

Mumbai techie buried in her native in AP

 Software professional Esther Anuhya, who died under mysterious circumstances after she went missing in Mumbai, was laid to rest at her native Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh today.

Last rites of Anuhya (23), whose body was found off the Eastern Express Highway in Mumbai on January 16, were performed at the Saint Mary's church graveyard at Edepalli after the body was brought here from Mumbai where postmortem was conducted.

Students, politicians and social organisations participated in the funeral service.

Employed at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in Mumbai, Anuhya went missing from the city on January 4, until her body was discovered in suburban Kanjurmarg.

The doctors who medically examined her body said the injuries found on her body and private parts were caused by a blunt object.

The cause of her death and sexual assault, if there was any, however, is being ascertained through chemical analysis being done by forensic experts.

Her family had blamed the Mumbai police for its "sheer apathy" in the case.

Anuhya had boarded the Vishakapatnam-LTT Express train from Vijayawada on January 4 for Mumbai. She was returning to Mumbai after her Christmas holidays but she did not reach her hostel in suburban Andheri.

Initially, her father lodged a missing complaint at Vijayawada railway police station on January 5, after which he came to Mumbai and lodged a similar complaint at the Kurla railway police station.

Preliminary investigations established that the techie went missing after reaching Mumbai, according to police.

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