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Delhi Police will close Deepshikha death case.

New Delhi, April 28 -- With the main suspect in the murder of 24-year-old teacher committing suicide, the Delhi Police is planning to close the case. The woman was allegedly stabbed to death near CBD ground in Anand Vihar early this week.

Investigators in the murder of Deepshikha were almost zeroing in on the key suspect who allegedly committed suicide in Mathura. The evidence and theories were against him. A note written by him was recovered from the car where the body of the woman was recovered. Even the car belonged to DK Mehta, father of the key suspect.

Police were conducting raids to detain the key suspect and were putting in all efforts to establish the case but the death of the key suspect has diluted it.

From the evidence to theories, all were against Varun Mehta, who allegedly committed suicide after jumping in front of a Duronto train in Mathura. A police team has left for Mathura to establish the identity of the key suspect.

On Tuesday afternoon, the deceased's body was brought to the Capital for cremation. Deepshikha was found stabbed to death in a Maruti WagonR at Shahdara CBD ground in Anand Vihar area. During the course of investigation, the name of Varun, son of a Delhi High Court lawyer, surfaced. Two knives and a note were recovered from the Maruti WagonR.

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