New Delhi: A 25-year-old guest lecturer of Delhi’s St Stephen’s College has allegedly killed his mother and then committed suicide, stated a report on Sunday. Police registered a case of murder after they found the body of the lecturer’s mother Lacy hanging from the ceiling fan in their home. Also Read - Kerala Announces Total Lockdown in Containment Zones in Ernakulam District From Tomorrow

A primary investigation by the police revealed that Allen Stanley had reportedly forced his mother to commit suicide five days ago and when she refused he killed her himself, claimed the police. Soon the body of the lecturer Allen Stanley was found on a railway track in Delhi on Saturday, added the police. A Delhi police officer told news agency IANS, “Police received the information of a body on a track close to platform no. 3 of Sarai Rohilla railway station on Saturday. The body was found in two parts on the railway track. Police recovered mobile phone, some documents and driving license which revealed that it was a body of Allen Stanley.” Also Read - Delhi's Gangaram Hospital Left With Just 8 Hours of Oxygen Supply, Kejriwal Says Serious Crisis Persists

It must be noted that Allen Stanley was already booked in a criminal case in Kerala. Besides, his mother was booked in a case of abetment to suicide, stated the police adding that both the son and the mother were on bail before dying. As per reports, Allen Stanley hailed from Kottayam of Kerala. The death of Stanley came as a shocker to St Stephen’s college as he was believed to be an amiable person on the campus, one who liked to meet everybody, stated per news agency IANS. Also Read - BJP Youth Wing Releases List of COVID-19 Helpline Numbers For Worst-hit States