17-year-old girl was beheaded with a sword by a unidentified man outside her school on Thursday. She was a student of class 11 of the Government Senior Secondary Girls School in Anuppur region of Madhya Pradesh.

The victim recognized as Pooja Panika was a science student and was slaughtered around 300 meters from her school.

The parents of the girl have named Dalip Sahu, a known offender of the area as a suspect. Sahu as per the parents was stalking their daughter and a complaint to this impact was held up by them against him in 2014.

As indicated by the police, Sahu has been detained and is being cross examined.

“We have confined Sahu and are addressing him however early morning today the investigators found another contort as another kid was found hanging to a tree in town Pakia,” police said.

The kid found hanging to a tree has been identified as 24-year-old Vijay Prajapti and a letter has been recovered from him. Police are not unveiling the substance of the letter but rather are asserting that he was in contact with the victim.

As indicated by an observer, the casualty was assaulted by the assailant minutes after she ventured out of the school on Thursday. The young lady was assaulted on the back and neck with a sword and before anybody could come to her rescue her head was disjoined and she was dead.

The assailant fled from the spot deserting the sword.

Police have grabbed the sword and enrolled a murder body of evidence against the unidentified aggressor.

The episode that occurred in wide sunshine has threatened the student of the school and inhabitants of the territory who are requesting quick capture of the denounced.

“Anuppur Superintendent of police Sunil Jain is exploring nature in Kotma and is monitoring the investigations. Ideally we will split it soon,” an individual from the investigating group said.

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