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26 Dec 2016

Stalker hunt for city girl's murder

Kinsuk Basu and Subhankar Chowdhury, TT, Dec. 25: A youth who had been allegedly stalking and harassing techie Antara Das since meeting her in Bangalore last year has emerged as the prime suspect in the Behala girl's murder in Pune on Friday.
Antara, a 26-year-old computer science graduate working for the multinational company Capgemini in Pune, was hacked to death at Talawade, near her office, while returning from work.
Investigators started looking for the youth, who had allegedly followed Antara to Pune after she landed a job there, based on her family's statement that he had been harassing her for rebuffing him.
Metro is withholding the youth's name because Pune police have yet to disclose his identity. "We are pursuing a lead and the case will be cracked soon," Jai Jadhav, Pune's superintendent of police (rural), said today.
An officer of the local crime branch told the news agency PTI: "The robbery angle has been ruled out as valuables with the woman were found to be intact."
Antara, who did her schooling at Bidya Bharati Girls' High School in Behala and studied computer science and engineering at Pailan College of Management and Technology in Pailan, had moved to Bangalore last year to pursue another course.
The youth, studying in an institute near Antara's, allegedly started making advances soon after.
Her uncle Panchanan Das, who stays in Burdwan, said the suspect wouldn't take no for an answer and followed her to Pune in April this year. Antara had moved to Pune after being recruited by Capgemini and he allegedly boarded the same train as her.
In Pune, he once entered the paying guest accommodation that Antara shared with two other women, the family alleged. Antara was so disturbed that she had decided to shift to another accommodation next month, uncle Panchanan said.
Antara's father Debananda Das, an employee of the finance wing of the land and land reforms department, reached Pune on Saturday along with her mother Chitra and twin sister Sanchari. Das told Metro from Pune that investigators had recorded his statement along with those of his family members.
According to the statement, Antara had mentioned to her twin about a man "disturbing" her but Sanchari did not make much of it until tragedy struck. It was only after news of the murder reached her that Sanchari told her parents what her sister had said.
Antara, whose last visit to Calcutta was more than a year ago, had bought air tickets for mid-January to attend a cousin's wedding. "We cannot believe that she will never come home. She was such a brave girl. Despite suffering from bouts of ill health, she did not hesitate to leave the city to build a career," uncle Panchanan said.

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