In a deeply unsettling turn of events in the Goa murder case, a heart-wrenching video from the media has captured the arrival of officials, primarily police officers, outside a high-rise apartment where the lifeless body of a four-year-old boy was brought in an ambulance.
The latest development in this shocking case revolves around the transfer of the deceased child from Goa to Bengaluru, to his father’s residence in the Rajajinagar area. The grieving father, Venkat Raman, who rushed back to India from Jakarta upon learning about the heinous crime, granted permission for a post-mortem examination to be conducted on his son.
A poignant video from the media depicts the solemn scene as police officers gather outside the high-rise apartment during the arrival of the young victim’s body in an ambulance.
The recent post-mortem findings have unveiled a horrifying truth – the child met his demise through strangulation, either by a cloth or a pillow. Dr. Kumar Naik, the administrative officer at Hiriyur Taluk Hospital in Chitradurga, revealed, “The child died due to strangulation. It looks like a pillow or some other material was used.”
Adding another layer to this tragic narrative, the accused woman, Suchana Seth, the 39-year-old CEO of an AI start-up, allegedly attempted suicide after the gruesome act. Reportedly, she cut her left wrist with a sharp object, further deepening the complexities surrounding this distressing case.
Suchana Seth was apprehended from Karnataka’s Chitradurga district on Monday night as she attempted to flee in a taxi, carrying her son’s lifeless body in her luggage. The accusations against her involve the alleged murder of her son in a service apartment in Goa, driven by the turmoil of a custodial battle with her estranged husband.
This heart-wrenching incident serves as a stark reminder of the profound impact domestic disputes can have on the lives of innocent children. As authorities delve into the investigation, the horrifying details continue to unravel, shedding light on the dark complexities surrounding this tragic Goa murder case.