As per police, the lady was supposedly killed in Delhi by 33-year-old Gurpreet Singh who guaranteed he had become friends with the casualty in 2021 during a visit to Switzerland.
New Delhi: The Delhi police on Tuesday said they are as yet anticipating a reaction from the Switzerland International safe haven to contact the relatives of the Swiss lady whose body was recuperated here five days prior.
As per police, the lady was purportedly killed in Delhi by 33-year-old Gurpreet Singh who guaranteed he had become friends with the casualty in 2021 during a visit to Switzerland.
Agent Magistrate of Police (DCP) Vichitra Go said they are in customary touch with the authorities of the consulate, be that as it may, no reaction has overcome much. “We are sitting tight for her family to come and recognize the body so the course of post-mortem assessment could be begun,” Go said.
The police said the body of the lady, who was found dead with her appendages attached with chains close to a school in Tilak Nagar on October 20, is as yet saved in the morgue of a medical clinic.
In the mean time, the police have directed the psycho-examination trial of Singh, who was captured on October 21, to determine his state of mind, another authority said.
Singh had introduced different speculations to the police on the homicide arrangement and unloading of the body close to the school, the authority added.
On Monday, the police had said it would take the assistance of psycho-investigators for the case as the denounced was continually changing his articulations.
The police held various sittings with specialists and advocates on Monday night and it forged ahead with Tuesday too, the authority said.
Sources in the Delhi police said Singh, who is in police care for four days, was taken to numerous areas including a shop from where he had purchased chains and locks.
An authority said the chains and locks cost him ₹ 600 which he purchased two days before the killing of the lady.
The police said Singh had uncovered during cross examination that he had killed the lady as he needed to wed her however she turned down his proposition.
Singh distinguished the lady as Nina Berger of Swiss beginning and said she had come here from Zurich on October 11 and was remaining in a lodging, the authority said
The police had likewise recuperated a few reports, for example, the identification and visas of Nina Berger from the ownership of the charged, the authority added.