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Mother Kills 2-Year-Old Son to Please Lover, Attempts to Evade Arrest By watching Drishyam

  • Posted on July 3, 2023
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Mother Kills 2-Year-Old Son



Surat, Gujarat: A shocking incident has come to light in Surat's Dindoli area, where a woman allegedly murdered her two-and-a-half-year-old child in a bid to gain acceptance from her lover.


The woman, identified as Nayana Mandavi, worked as a labourer at a construction site and reported her child missing to the police. However, her deceptive act quickly unraveled, and she was taken into custody.

 

The investigation began when Nayana Mandavi approached the local police station, claiming that her toddler, Veer Mandavi, had disappeared. Law enforcement officials diligently examined the CCTV footage from the construction site but found no evidence of the child leaving the premises. Growing suspicions led the police to question Nayana extensively, but her responses failed to provide satisfactory answers.

 

Desperate to locate the missing child, the authorities employed a dog squad in their search efforts. Unfortunately, no trace of the child's presence outside the construction site could be found. The situation took a perplexing turn when Nayana accused her lover, who resided in Jharkhand, of kidnapping her son. However, the police could not trace the lover's location near Surat, and he vehemently denied any involvement, asserting that he had never set foot in the city.

 

Surat, Gujarat: A shocking incident has come to light in Surat's Dindoli area, where a woman allegedly murdered
Shocking incident in Surat as a mother murders her 2-year-old son to gain approval from her lover, inspired by a movie plot.


As the police continued their investigations, Nayana's statements and behavior raised suspicions further. Under relentless questioning, she eventually confessed to the unthinkable crime of murdering her own child. However, when pressed for the location of the body, she initially misled the authorities, providing false information.

 

First, Nayana claimed to have buried the body in a pit, but a search of the specified area yielded no results. She then changed her story, stating that she had disposed of the body in a nearby pond. Yet again, the police came up empty-handed after scouring the pond thoroughly.

 

After intense interrogation, Nayana finally revealed the grim truth. She disclosed that she had discarded her son's lifeless body in a pit intended for the construction site's toilet. Following her lead, the police made a chilling discovery—the child's remains were found in the designated pit.

 

When asked about her motive behind such a heinous act and the subsequent cover-up, Nayana explained that her lover in Jharkhand had made it clear he would not accept her if she arrived with her child. In a disturbing attempt to gain his approval, she resorted to taking her son's life. Shockingly, Nayana revealed that she had watched the popular movie "Drishyam" to learn how to conceal the crime effectively.

 

Shocking incident in Surat as a mother murders her 2-year-old son to gain approval from her lover, inspired by a movie plot.
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In the film, "Drishyam," a murder takes place, and the perpetrator successfully hides the body, resulting in an unsolved case with no arrests made. Believing that imitating the movie's plot would shield her from capture, Nayana carried out the horrifying act, hoping to join her lover in Jharkhand.

 

However, her plans unraveled swiftly, as the police's relentless efforts led to her apprehension. Nayana Mandavi now faces charges of murder and obstruction of justice. The Surat community remains in shock and mourning over the tragic loss of a young life, a brutal crime committed in the pursuit of an ill-conceived fantasy.

 

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