Mum’s body is found inside a wheelie BIN on an isolated road as husband DUMPED son with his mother-in-law


Disturbing photographs show the gruesome scene where the body of a young mum was discovered a wheelie bin on an isolated road.

The body of Chaithanya ‘Swetha’ Madhagani, 30, was found stuffed into a green wheelie bin on Mount Pollock Road in Buckley, west of Geelong, at 12pm Saturday.

How Her Body Was Found

The bin spent much of Saturday in the sweltering heat before homicide detectives arrived in the late afternoon.

Photos from the scene show the bin half hidden behind a bush with a large white blanket folded beside it. 

The mother-of-one was found by police and sources familiar with her said the father of her son, Ashok Raj Varikuppala, recently left the country for India with their child. 

Mr Varikuppala, who has not been accused of any wrongdoing, has been in contact with family members in Victoria.

Actions So Far

Two crime scenes have been established by police, one on Mount Pollock Road and another 82km away at a residential address in Mirka Wat in Point Cook, Melbourne.

Some Twists

Ms Madhagani’s husband, Ashok Raj Varikuppala, is understood to have recently flown back to India with their three-year-old son Arya, EmmanuelsBlog has learned.

Indian police spokesman Inspector Veera Swamy at Kushaiguda police station said ‘her husband visited the mother-in-law a few days ago and and dumped the boy with his mother-in-law,’ DailyMail confirms.

Why Police Aren’t Investigating Yet

‘After that he left. No one from the family has registered any complaint against anyone yet. We will help in ­investigations if someone approaches us. 

‘As of now, we don’t know where he is as we are not investigating the case without any complaint.’ 

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There is no suggestion of wrongdoing by Mr Varikuppala. 

Victoria Police said in a statement on the mother’s death: ‘It is believed the parties involved are known to one another and the offender may have fled overseas.’

Friends have since described Ms Madhagani as ‘a perfect woman and a perfect mother’ who lived for her young son.

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