Missing German, 20, found dead

The 20-year-old German woman Judith Aino Ehnes missing from C.R. Park area since October 2 was found dead under mysterious circumstances on railway track in Faridabad, Haryana. It is possible she might have been raped and murdered.

However, senior police officials said she was depressed and might have committed suicide.
The police officials said only her autopsy could reveal the exact cause of her death. The police did not reveal whether it has recovered her cellphone or not.
DCP (southeast) P. Karunakaran said the girl was found dead in the intervening night of Thursday and Friday. “We don’t know how she reached there,” he said.
This reporter contacted Judith’s friend but they refused to talk about her. “She is dead. We can’t say she was murdered or if she committed suicide. We are investigating,” said the police official.
Judith Aino came to India from Germany two months ago. She had been working as a volunteer with Pravah NGO which has its head office in Kalkaji. Rohit Roy, the filmmaker, is a board member of the NGO. She was working for the youth empowerment.
“She had been living in C.R. Park area. On October 2, she left and went missing. Her two friend reported the matter to the police after she was not found anywhere and her cellphone was found switched off,” said the police official.

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I am not sure if I knew

I am not sure if I knew Judith from school, but I am pretty sure she was a good girl. Its not fair for her and her family.
But I dont want death for the murderer, because it would be not enough punishment for this person. I wish them pain and nerver ending emotional deistress....

Judith you will allways be in our hearts <3

hope the murder is gonna die,

hope the murder is gonna die, cannot believe, someone is that cruel . unbelievable, wish him only the worst

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