After a TCS employee, now a Tata Motors executive shot dead

Tata Motors
Ranchi, Feb 23: Murder, rape, kidnapping, robbery -- the country seems to have become a hub of criminals where people are not afraid of committing any crime. Just a day after the death of a TCS employee, now an executive of Tata Motors has been killed.

The executive, who has been identified as Brajesh Sahay, was shot dead by a group of unidentified assailants on Saturday, Feb 22. Sahay was the Assistant General Manager (AGM), TML Driveline of Tata Motors in Jharkhand.

According to police, the attackers killed Sahay near his house at Nidhi when he was returning from office in his car. Police also informed that at least 7-8 bullets were pumped into his body.

Police also informed that at least 7-8 bullets were pumped into his body

Earlier a woman employee of Tata Consultancy Service (TCS), who had gone missing, was found dead in Chennai. Police suspected that it was a case of murder.

Police are investigating the suspected murder of Uma Maheshwari as the post-mortem report revealed a deep wound, said a police officer. Maheshwari, 24, was reported missing since Feb 13 evening after she left office. A body, later found in a bush by passers-by, was identified as hers.

According to the company, she was employed in the accounts section for the past one year and was liked by her colleagues. Uma's decomposed body was traced after passers-by alerted the police after getting a strong smell emanating from behind a bush in a desolate place near the office complex.

Uma went missing since February 13 after she left the office at IT Park at Siruseri, 20 km from Chennai. Police then recovered the body and summoned Uma's colleagues and father to identify the body since a missing person complaint was filed by the TCS.

OneIndia News
(With agency inputs)

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