For 'brutal and diabolical' murder, Chandrakant Jha gets death
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One of Upender's legs was found near Ram Mandir in Pitampura. His head was never found, and he was identified through DNA match with his parents.
Upender's relative Pankaj Rathore testified that when he had asked Jha about Upender over the phone, Jha told him that Upender had been "sent where he deserved".
Noting the manner in which Jha had befriended and brutally murdered his victims, the court observed that he did "not possess basic humanness and lacked the psyche or mind-set, which may be amenable for any reform."
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