Date: 11 Aug 2012


Re: a Muslim killed a brave Hindu infidel woman resisting rape in Mumbai, a n.. In a message dated 11/08/2012 21:34:49 GMT Daylight Time, \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\.com writes:\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ This article says driven by lust. It does not say, Mughal has in mind the sanction of Islamic scriptures to rape an infidel woman and he can kill her any time. It is a shame that she is a national level swimmer and fought bravely even in last minute. Why does not media expose things for what they are? Let the world see what is going on..... \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\Date: Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 9:40 PM\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Subject: Secular watchman kills Mumbai law graduate To: \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Mumbai law graduate Pallavi Purkayastha's killer was driven by lust TNN | Aug 11, 2012, 1 \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ MUMBAI: It was sheer lust that led to the life of a young woman being snuffed out.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Watchman Sajjad Ahmed Mughal entered Pallavi Purkayastha's flat at 1.30am on Thursday with stolen keys and rape on his mind. He saw her lying asleep inside and tried to force himself on her. When she resisted with all her strength, the 22-year-old slashed her throat with a knife. The 25-year-old daughter of senior Delhi-based bureaucrats died soon after.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The grisly crime, which has jolted the city that is increasingly witnessing horrific crimes, was described by police as "perversion of the highest order". Officers said Mughal had plotted in detail to rape 25-year-old Pallavi in her 16th floor flat of 'Himalayan Heights' at Bhakti Park in Wadala.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Mughal put his plan to rape Pallavi into execution after she, a legal advisor in filmmaker Farhan Akhtar's firm Excel Entertainment Pvt Ltd, returned home from work around 11.30pm on Wednesday. Originally a resident of Uri in Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir, he switched off the electricity to her flat from the power room on the ground floor, knowing that she would seek help.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ As it happened, Pallavi called up her live-in partner Avik Sengupta, another lawyer who was at work, and informed him of the power outage. Sengupta told her to take the society's assistance. Police said that since the intercom was not working, Pallavi walked down and complained to Mughal. Around 12.30am on Thursday, Mughal brought along an electrician who restored the supply. Not long after, Mughal again switched off the power. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ "At 1.03am, she send a BBM to Avik, telling him that there was again a power problem and that she had summoned the electrician again. She said that she would go to sleep if the electrician did not arrive," said joint commissioner of police (crime) Himanshu Roy. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The electrician came the second time with Mughal. He again restored the supply but suggested to Pallavi to switch off heavy electrical appliances. While he and Pallavi were distracted, Mughal stealthily stole her house keys that were kept on a table next to the drawing room's door.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Mughal returned around 1.30pm with a knife. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Using the stolen keys, he opened the house's door and crept into the bedroom where Pallavi was asleep. He tried forcing himself on her, but she pushed him away. So he whipped out the knife and threatened her. "Pallavi was strong. She resisted him. So, Mughal caught her by her hair and slashed her throat. Pallavi too caught his hair and started hitting him. Mughal then started flailing the knife, cutting Pallavi's face and injuring himself," said investigating officer Shirish Sawant. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Investigators said Mughal has admitted to killing Pallavi. After the murder, he washed his hands in the house and ran down the stairs. On the third floor, he hid the knife in a shoe rack lying in the corridor. Thereafter, on reaching the guards' room, he changed out of the blood-stained uniform and fled by jumping over the fence. He was caught by the crime branch on Thursday evening at Mumbai Central station, from where he intended to flee in a train to Surat. From there, he wanted to escape to Jammu and Kashmir.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ "It was a heinous crime. The deceased was a national level swimmer and cautious by nature. She would never open the door to strangers," said additional commissioner of police Niket Kaushik. "The accused entered the flat knowing well that she would be alone, and that Avik was away and would come in the morning. She fought him till the last." \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Investigations revealed that Mughal had furnished incorrect and incomplete information to his employer, security agency Ahmed Hamid Enterprises. To the company he had said his name was 'Sajjad Pathan' and his address was "Lal Chowk, Srinagar, Kashmir". The police have asked their Kashmir counterparts to help verify the details. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Roy said, given the heinousness of the crime, the police have asked the state to use a special public prosecutor and to fast-track the case. ======================================================= 000000000