Hanumantha Narra: Where is Sasikalas' Husband?

Hanumantha Narra: Where is Sasikalas' Husband? ...

Sasikala Narra and her son, Anish Narra, were discovered murdered inside their apartment by law enforcement officers in Maple Shade, New Jersey. While Sasikala's husband, Hanumantha Rao Narra, was the one who alerted authorities after discovering the bodies, he became the primary suspect during the initial inquiry. However, we have you covered.

Hanumantha Rao Narra, Who Is She?

Hanumantha lived in a Maple Shade apartment with his wife, Sasikala, and their six-year-old son, Anish. He was described as a brilliant student with a bright future.

Hanumantha returned home from an after-work party to discover the apartment completely dark and silent. He used his own key to enter the house and was shocked by the sight of his wife's blood. Six-year-old Anish was found bleeding and unresponsive near the entrance. Even first responders who responded to the scene claimed the husband was quite distraught.

The initial investigation into the deaths of Sasikala and Anish was a little lengthy as the cops did not have a lot of information available. However, a neighbor named Abdul Salam revealed that Sasikala and Hanumantha had an extremely rocky relationship. He claimed that Hanumantha would often scream at his wife during car rides, and Sasikala was very grumpy in the days leading up to the double murder.

Hanumantha Rao Narra, where is she today?

Hanumantha immediately denied the allegations, even saying that he was at an after-work party at the time of the murders, and his co-workers supported the assertions. Although some, including Sasikala's family, claimed that Hanumantha was having an extramarital affair with a different woman, it has never been proved beyond doubt that such a woman was responsible for the homicides.

Hanumantha lived in his friend's house for a period before moving to Englewood, Colorado. Moreover, about 46 days after his wife and children died, Hanumantha filed a lawsuit to recover the life insurance policies he had no Sasikala and Anish. The policies totaled roughly $1 million, and while Hanumantha was the sole beneficiary, the insurance company refused to pay him the money.

Hanumantha Rao Narra lives in the city of Parker in Colorado, and police said he has been cleared of all suspicion.

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