Sasikala Murder: Husband’s Police Call Released

What did Narra Hanumantha Rao do after finding the bodies of his wife and son in a pool of blood? How did the conversation go between the police officials and Hanu Narra when the latter called 911? Here are the details:

New Jersey: Telugu Techie Sasikala’s husband, Narra Hanumantha Rao’s call to the police after he had seen the bodies of his wife and son in his apartment has been released, according to NJ.com, a news portal in New Jersey.

The recording of the emergency call Rao made to the police is obtained by NJ Advance Media on April 6. NJ.com has published the recording on its website.

The following was the conversation in the recording between Rao and the police officer who received the call:

Hanumantha Rao: Sir, I just came from office…

Police officer: This is 911. Where is the emergency?

Hanumantha Rao: My wife and son are not talking… Beep…

Hanumantha Rao: I just came from office… I checked in the kitchen. They are in the bedroom…

Police officer: Are you sure?

Hanumantha Rao: Yeah, I am sure… Uh… oh god… Uh…

Police officer: Calm down. I need your first name…

Hanumantha Rao: HANU

Police officer: What’s wrong there?

Hanumantha Rao: I just came from office…

Police officer: Is this a male or a female?

Hanumantha Rao: Female and my son… there is blood everywhere…

Police officer: Hold on a minute for me…

Another female police office
enters the conference call…

Police officer: one male and another female are in the home besieged…

Female officer: Hello

Hanumantha Rao: Yeah

Female officer: Do anybody… they are just not breathing?

Hanumantha Rao: They are not breathing… I just came from office… they both are blood everywhere…

Female officer: What happened to them?

Hanumantha Rao: I have no idea…

Female officer: Are they bleeding?

Hanumantha Rao: Fully bleeding…

Female officer: Where are they bleeding?

Hanumantha Rao: I have no idea… they are not moving at all…

Female officer: Hold on a second for me.

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