Andhra Woman Techie’s Husband Permitted To Attend Her Funeral In India


The spouse of the Indian-origin lady from Andhra Pradesh slaughtered alongside her child a week ago in New Jersey is being permitted to go to India for the funeral service, as indicated by an authority.

N Sasikala, 38, and her 7-year-old child were discovered dead in their home in New Jersey last Thursday.

Hanumantha Rao’s “movements are not confined at all by the criminal justice system,” as indicated by Joel Bewley, the Burlington County Prosecutor’s representative, cited by a nearby divert in the US. “He has not been accused of a wrongdoing.”

Mr Rao had purportedly told the police that he found their bodies when he returned home from work around evening time. He had a solid plausible excuse, as indicated by reports.

The channel said that the spouse is required to go to the funeral in India of his better half, Sasikala,38, and child Anish,6, who were found cut to death on March 23 in their Maple Shade home.

Post-mortems were done on the bodies of the casualties and the remaining parts were sent to a funeral home.

The representative told the channel he would not remark on whether Mr Rao is a presume on the grounds that his office does not remark on past, present, or future suspects.

The source supposedly affirmed that Hanumantha Rao “was required in an relationship with another lady starting a week ago”. The lady was not recognized.

Mr Rao and Ms Sasikala both were software professionals and had lived in the US for a long time. She worked from home and allegedly got her child from school before they headed home.