Ms Chaudhary's decomposed body was found in her rented apartment in suburban Andheri on June 12.
"We have arrested two persons in this case. They will be produced in a court," a senior police officer said today.
With the arrest of the two persons, the police claimed to have cracked the case.
Initially, the police had registered an Accidental Death Report (ADR). But, after the post-mortem report revealed that Ms Chaudhary died due to serious head injury, a case under IPC section 302, for punishment of murder, was registered, the officer said.
During the investigation in the case, the Amboli police had questioned Chaudhary's family members, friends, relatives as well as her acquaintances.
The police claimed that the watchman of the housing society, where Chaudhary lived, told them that he saw two men entering the premises with Ms Chaudhary a few days before her body was found.
The police then launched a search for the two men. According to police sources, Ms Chaudhary was married, but had separated from her husband.
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