Ghaziabad: Guy discovered murdered with throat slashed, FIR lodged newsfragment

A person, elderly round 30, was once discovered useless together with his throat slit within a pit alike Defence Colony locality on Saturday, police stated.

Dead body was once discovered within a pit simply 800m from his house in Ghaziabad. (FILE)

Dead body was once known as Satyendra Kumar, a resident of Soniya Vihar, positioned simply 800 metres from the spot his frame was once recovered, police stated. He had allegedly left house on Friday night time and had no longer returned house because the, police stated, later wondering his nation individuals.

Hour police have been but to search out the precise reason for demise, they’ve registered a case of homicide in opposition to unidentified society within the topic.

Police won data at round 7.30am on Saturday {that a} guy was once discovered useless alike a pit adjoining to Defence Colony locality underneath Tila Morh police station, following which they reached the spot and initiated investigation.

“We found that the man was murdered as his throat was severely slashed with some sharp object. It was lying in a pit,” stated Suryabali Maurya, ACP of Shalimar Ground. The frame was once despatched for postmortem exam.

Consistent with the daddy of dead body, Uday Vir Singh, an auto-rickshaw motive force, Kumar had left their space at round 5.30pm on Friday and had stated advised that he would go back quickly. However he didn’t go back until overdue. We began to get frightened later which we introduced a seek however he may just no longer be traced. On Saturday morning, we won data from the police and got here to spot the frame,” the daddy stated.

Kumar labored at non-public city-based corporate, police stated.

The ACP stated that in line with a grievance through the nation, the Tila Morh police registered an FIR for homicide in opposition to unidentified society.

“We suspect that the murder was committed by a person known to the deceased. Our teams are investigating with the help of electronic surveillance and manual intelligence,” the ACP added.

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