A dentist who killed his ex-girlfriend and put her body in a suitcase called her family five days after her disappearance.
The body of Preethi Reddy, 32, was found in a suitcase in the trunk of her car in March after she disappeared from a dentistry conference in St. Leonards, northern Sydney.
Her ex-boyfriend Harshwardhan Narde was later identified as her killer. He committed suicide before her body was found.
For the first time since the tragedy broke her silence, Dr. told Reddy & # 39; s sister Nithya it Sydney Morning Herald Narde was eerily calm when she first called to inform him about her sister's disappearance.
Dr. Reddy & # 39; s (right) sister Nithya (left) said that Narde was eerily calm when she first called to inform him about her sister's disappearance
Harshwardhan Narde, 34, (left) is believed to have killed Preethi Reddy, 32, (right) in a $ 300 CBD hotel room in Sydney
Narde did not answer the first call she had made to him on Sunday.
She tried to contact him and his family five more times during the evening, but he did not answer her calls until Monday morning.
When they spoke, she told him that Dr. Reddy had not been seen since he left the conference – in which he had also participated.
& # 39; When he called me the first time, he was calm. He did not seem to have the level of surprise or concern that someone would be missing, "Nithya said.
She said that in the course of the next 12 hours, Narde contacted her four more times.
Narde and Dr. Reddy had a tumultuous five-year relationship that ended forever last year, and she went ahead and started dating another man in November
Dr. Reddy stayed in a hotel on Market Street in the CBD with a man who was her ex boyfriend. He died later after he intentionally crashed his BMW frontally against a truck (photo)
TIME LIST TO KILL
Saturday 2 March
7:00 am: Preethi Reddy leaves a dental convention in St. Leonards on the north coast of Sydney.
Sunday, March 3
02:15: Dr. Reddy is seen at a McDonald & # 39; s on George Street in the CBD of Sydney.
It is believed that she stayed with a former friend Harshwardhan Narde in a hotel on Market Street in the CBD of Sydney.
11:00 am: Dr. Reddy spoke to her family for the last time and told them she was going home after a late breakfast.
Dr. Reddy & # 39; s family reported her missing later on Sunday evening.
Monday, March 4
AM: Narde responds to Dr. Miss's missed calls Reddy & # 39; s sister.
He contacts her five times a day to inform Dr's disappearance. Reddy to discuss.
Nithya asks the police to interrogate Narde.
10:00 am: Narde died after driving his BMW in a deliberate frontal collision with a truck.
Tuesday, March 5th
9:30 am: Dr. Reddy's body is found in a suitcase in the trunk of her gray Volkswagen Golf in a street in Kingsford.
With every conversation he became more hectic and & # 39; got loose & # 39; and Nithya suspected there was something he didn't tell her.
She called both Tamworth and Penrith police stations on Monday afternoon and asked them to interrogate Narde.
The dentist, who was currently living and working in Tamworth, had traveled for eight hours to attend the conference and Dr. Reddy on display after a messy break.
Allegedly she felt guilty for having ruined & # 39; his life & # 39; and she felt that she personally owed him a statement as to why she chose to move to Melbourne with her new partner.
Her new partner, who chose not to be identified, traveled to be with her family when he heard the news of her disappearance.
Unlike Nithya, he never assumed that Narde Dr. Reddy could harm.
Her friend told the publication that he believed that this man would not have done anything in any way.
& # 39; He said: & # 39; Have you searched McDonald's, have you done this, that? & # 39; & # 39; Send us on a wild goose hunt. He was the most calculating, most cruel person. & # 39;
Nithya claims that the last phone calls she had made with Narde showed him a side that was both controlling and manipulative.
Zelfs Even men in our society with social status, education, respectable jobs – they are not immune to domestic violence, to control. They just get away with it more, they can do it in more subtle, more sophisticated ways, & she said.
& # 39; Preethi was a bright light, loving, kind and protective to anyone who was lucky enough to be loved and cared for by her & # 39 ;, Nithya wrote
Harshwardhan Narde (photo) died in a fiery crash on the New England Highway in NSW, a day after Preethi Reddy, 32, disappeared from the CBD of Sydney
She previously described her sister as a & # 39; bright light & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Preethi was a bright light, amiable, kind and protective for anyone who was lucky enough to be loved and cared for by her, & # 39; she said in a moving tribute after the death of Dr. Reddy.
It is believed that Narde Dr. Reddy stabbed to death in his hotel room before driving the body 7 km south to Kingsford, in the east of the city, where he dumped the car.
He then intentionally drove his BMW into a trailer and was immediately killed the next night in a fiery crash while heading to Tamworth in the north of the state.
Earlier that day at about 5.30 a.m. Reddy had not returned home, sent a good friend frantically to Narde to see if he had heard of her.
NITHYA REDDY & # 39; S HEARTBREAKING AID TO HER KILLED SISTER
& # 39; Words cannot catch the pain we feel with the death of my beautiful big sister.
Preethi was a bright light, loving, kind and protective for anyone who was lucky to be loved and cared for by her.
Prior to this unthinkable event, she was the happiest I had ever seen her – she lived her best life.
On behalf of my family, I want to thank everyone who has shared our calls to find her, and those who have provided information to the police and us in recent days.
Although we now know that Preethi is no longer with us, the certainty of her movements on Saturday evening and Sunday morning is not yet fully known and we will stay in contact with investigators as they resolve all of this.
To the media, thank you for your help so far, but please respect that our family, especially my parents and Preethi & # 39; s partner, do the most difficult thing anyone can tolerate, and respect that we now need our privacy to have .
We ask that everyone keep that in mind that we are grieving and that we need space to do that.
Finally, let the police do what they have to do to resolve this horrible tragedy. Our family will never be the same without Preethi in our lives.
Let her beautiful soul rest in peace. & # 39;
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