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Former call centre employee found murdered in garbage bin

Posted on Nov 08 2010
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Devang Upadhyay (32) was noticed lying inside a garbage bin at Liberty Garden. He was rushed to nearby hospital where he was declared dead before admission, they said. Upadhyay worked in a call centre three months ago and his father is in the real estate business, they said.
According to police, Upadhyay's uncle Jayesh Joshi had been arrested on July 14 for allegedly assaulting the victim. However, he was later released on bail. Upadhay and his advocate wife Poonam had a marital dispute since a year and the couple had applied for divorce.
The case was being heard at the Bandra family court. "A murder case was registered and Joshi was detained for questioning," a police officer said adding that further probe was on. The body has been sent for post mortem to civic run Bhagwati Hospital. 
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