Could one of these crimes make for season 3?

The first and second seasons of ‘Delhi Crime’, starring Shefali Shah, Rasika Dugal and Rajesh Tailang, have received positive response from critics. Fans are now eagerly awaiting the next season of the popular web series.

New Delhi: Shefali Shah and Rasika Dugal starring ‘Delhi Crime’ is the latest addition to the over-watched crime drama genre on the OTT platform Netflix. Be it the horrific Delhi gang rape case of 2020 or the bloody ‘Chaddi Baniyan’ gang, the first and second seasons of the popular web series have certainly made us walk down memory lane to recall two of the most horrible incidents. Fans are now eagerly awaiting the third season as many wonder what crime it will bring to light.

The first season of ‘Delhi Crime’ premiered on Netflix in March 2019 and focused on the 2012 Delhi gang rape case in which a 23-year-old physiotherapy intern was gang-raped and savagely assaulted on a bus. on the move in South Delhi. A total of six people, Mukesh Singh, Vinay Sharma, Akshay Kumar Singh, Pawan Kumar Gupta, Ram Singh and a minor, were convicted of the gang rape and murder of the paramedic student.

Released on August 26, Delhi Crime Season 2 is based on the real-life incident of the Kacha-Baniyan gang who used to attack elderly people in the national capital and brutally murder them.

Here are some of the gruesome crimes that can be mentioned in the long-awaited third season of the show:

Monkey Man

In 2001, Delhi witnessed reports of a strange monkey-like creature, ‘Monkey Man’, attacking people at night.

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While there were multiple reports of sightings of a strange ape-like creature, eyewitnesses had different versions of the body type. Among them, several said the creature stood 4 feet tall, was covered in thick body hair and wore a helmet, according to reports.

On the other hand, others claimed that the ‘Ape Man’ of Delhi had iron claws.

Not forgetting that the appearance of ‘Monkey Man’ in Old Delhi was the focal point of the 2009 movie ‘Delhi-6’, starring Abhishek Bachchan. In Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s direction, the creature is used as an allegory to represent the evil that resides within every man alongside God.

Delhi riots of 2020

Communal clashes erupted in northeast Delhi in February 2020, after violence between supporters of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and those protesting against it spiraled out of control, leaving at least 53 dead and more than 700 injured.

Shops and houses were burned and even places of worship were attacked. The violence began in the Jaffrabad area of ​​northeast Delhi, where a women’s sit-in against the Indian Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 had been in progress on a stretch of the Seelampur-Jaffrabad-Maujpur highway, blocking it.

Female criminals in Delhi

Be it Shakeela, Sonu Punjaban or Ramapreet Kaur, the national capital has seen its fair share of female criminals in its history. A report in the Hindustan Times highlights five of Delhi’s most feared female criminals, including a 32-year-old woman who steals cell phones for a living, a mother of eight who orders murders for money, and a 35-year-old woman. who runs the largest prostitution ring in Delhi.

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The report further mentions the names of Saira Begum, who has a criminal record of 28 years in various police stations in Delhi and Basiran, whose six children, including a minor, have allegedly been involved in 99 cases of murder, robbery, extortion and robbery and other heinous crimes.

Cyanide Mohan

A former Dakshina Kannada primary school teacher, Mohan Kumar, also known as ‘Cyanide Mohan’, has admitted to killing at least 20 women between 2004 and 2009 by poisoning them with cyanide. Apart from this, Mohan Kumar also confessed to befriending them with the offer of marriage and then stealing their jewelry after killing them.

(With contributions from agencies)

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