A 31-year-old man allegedly killed his co-worker, chopped his body and hid it in a refrigerator after he suspected him of having an affair with his wife in south Delhi's Mehrauli. "During questioning, he told police that he suspected his wife was having an affair with the victim, Vipin Chand Joshi". "The accused brought the murder weapon (a meat cleaver) from the kitchen of Fio Country Kitchen and Bar", said Chinmoy Biswal, Additional DCP (south), on Saturday. Mandal then attacked Joshi with a meat cleaver and stabbed him to death. He then chose to kill Joshi. The following day, Singra bought plastic sheets to cover the body in the refrigerator and then left for Tatanagar. Joshi had gone missing on October 9 and his body was discovered at Badal's rented flat on October 15.
"He had resolved to kill him because he suspected something was going on between his wife and Vipin".
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In a bid to execute his plan, Mandal had applied for leave at his workplace so that no one suspects him of killing Joshi, a senior police officer said. The police official further added that the two drank alcohol at Mandal's flat before he severed the victim's head.
The police said that Mandal, during interrogation, confessed that he planned to murder Joshi.
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Mandal was arrested from a relative's home in Odisha's Rourkela on Wednesday, eight days after he allegedly killed Joshi, chopped his body and stuffed it in his fridge at his home in Saidujalab, an urban village near Saket.
"When the police team and Joshi's family member arrived at Mandal's residence, they found the door locked from outside and foul smell emanating from the house". A team of the Delhi police reached Kolkata after tracking his phone but the accused was not present there.
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Mandal had even procured fake identity cards and documents to throw the police off track, but he was arrested, the police said.