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Delhis serial killer, who dumped headless body outside jail, nabbed

Police on Monday, claimed to have arrested an alleged serial killer Chandrakant Jha on Sunday from Haiderpur locality here, who used to dump his victims headless body in front of Tihar jail.

New Delhi, May 21 : Police on Monday, claimed to have arrested an alleged serial killer Chandrakant Jha on Sunday from Haiderpur locality here, who used to dump his victims' headless body in front of Tihar jail.

Jha, who hails from Bihar, has confessed about his involvement in all the six killings, claims police.

"He used to employ labourers coming from Bihar and Azamgarh to seek jobs in Delhi. But whenever he used to have any argument with them, he used to kill them in a particular manner and throw their body parts at different places," said Rajesh Kumar, Joint Commissioner of Delhi Police.

Police said, Jha who was imprisoned in a murder case, used to dump the mutilated bodies of his victims in different parts of the city, including outside the Tihar Jail to create a sensation.

"He used to throw the victims bodies in front of Tihar Jail, as he was imprisoned there. He believed that he wasn't treated well in Tihar therefore he used to throw the bodies there to create a sensation there," added Rajesh Kumar.

The headless body of the last victim of the serial killer was found outside the Tihar Jail on May 17 and the first body was found on December 29, 2005.

All the victims of the serial killer were males in the age group of 20 to 30.

ANI

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