“Details Emerge in Bengaluru CEO Suchana Seth’s Tragic Case: Sent Message to Husband Before Killing Son” – The tragic case of Suchana Seth, the Bengaluru-based AI company CEO accused of smothering her 4-year-old son in an apartment in Goa, has taken a new turn. According to reports, Seth sent a message to her estranged husband Venkatraman PR, asking him to meet their son on Sunday, January 7, in Bengaluru.
However, Seth’s booking in Goa was from January 6 to January 10, and she probably had no intention of allowing the meeting. Venkatraman replied to the message and waited for two hours at the place where Seth said she would come with their son, but received no response.
Here are the top 10 latest updates on the case:
- The Goa Police registered an FIR against Suchana Seth on Wednesday, with the manager of the hotel where she stayed with her son filing the complaint.
- Seth has not admitted to murdering her son but told the police that he was already dead on January 7, a day after they checked into the hotel in Goa.
- Seth left the hotel alone with a suitcase on the evening of January 7, citing urgent work in Bengaluru, even though her booking was until January 10.
- The cab driver who took Seth to Bengaluru said their vehicle got stuck in traffic at Chorla Ghat near the Goa-Karnataka border. He offered to drop her at the airport, but Seth refused and insisted on traveling by road.
- On January 8, the driver received a call from the police who also spoke to Seth, asking about her son. Seth said she left him at a friend’s place.
- The driver became instrumental in the arrest of Seth, as he confirmed that she was lying about her son’s whereabouts. The police asked him to take the cab to the nearest police station.
- Investigators are still clueless about the motive of the gruesome murder, with reports suggesting that Seth might have suffocated her son with a pillow after giving him a high dose of cough syrup.
- On the day of the murder, Seth mostly remained inside her room and ordered coffee and food online.
- Seth attended school in Chennai and college in Kolkata, where she secured a fellowship at The Raman Research Institute.
- Seth’s neighbors in Bengaluru describe her as a quiet person who moved out of her flat four months ago with her son.