It was the 16-year-old boy who murdered his mother and younger sister on Monday. Police said he had confessed to battering and stabbing to death his mother Anjali Agarwal, 42, and sister Kanika, 12. The boy was missing since the incident.
He allegedly used a bat, a pair of scissors, and a pizza cutter to kill them in their sleep as he was agitated over being scolded for his studies.
Bisrakh police station SHO Ajay Sharma was quoted by Times Now as saying, "The boy was traced in Varanasi and from there he was brought back to Noida. Around 11 pm, when the two victims were sleeping, he allegedly attacked them with a cricket bat, a pizza cutter and scissors", Gautam Buddha Nagar SSP, Love Kumar, said. "With the help of technical evidence, the minor was located near Dashashvamedh Ghat in Varanasi and on Friday afternoon, he was nabbed by our team".
"The boy's mother asked him not to sit on the sofa, and to move to the dining table to study. He was quite upset and frustrated and in this rage he committed the heinous crime when his mother and sister were asleep", the note said.
According to the post-mortem report, Anjali had seven injury marks on her head, while Kanika had five.
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The clothes were also identified by the family members of the victim, which made the court hold them guilty, the lawyer added. The CBI said that after investigation, a charge-sheet was filed in the court under section 302, 364, 376/511 and 201 of IPC.
The 15-year-old juvenile who is a prime suspect in the double murder of his mother and sister in Uttar Pradesh's Greater Noida, has confessed to his crime, after he was apprehended by the police from Varanasi.
The mother and her daughter were found murdered in their residence on Tuesday, reports said.
Later, he booked a cab and went to Old Delhi railway station from where he took a train towards Jammu. He also left the weapons behind. They also said that he used to watch crime gangster games on his cell phone. On Friday, he reached Mughal Sarai and then went to Varanasi.
According to the police, the boy was weak in his studies and often got scolded for poor performance.