Two dead bodies found in Dhanbad in one day
Dhanbad on Wednesday reported the recovery of two dead bodies in separate incidents.
The corpse of Nandlal Chauhan, a 45-year-old security guard of a private organisation SIS, was found on Wednesday morning, in a pool of blood, from a bushy area of the Bypass Road of Bhuli, about six kilometers from the district headquarters.
A team of Bhuli Police, led by officer-in-charge Sandip Baghwar reached at the site to find the dead body, after they were informed by the locals and the family members of the deceased.
The body, bearing injury marks on the head and neck, was sent for post mortem to the Sahid Nirmal Mahto Memorial Medical College and Hospital.
Police also recovered the bicycle of the deceased about 10 meters away from the site.
Talking to the media, Baghwar said that the police was suspecting a case of murder due to personal enmity.
“We are trying to find out the reasons for the death but prima facie it seems to be a case of personal enmity. We are further questioning the family members of the deceased and also waiting for the post mortem report to find out the causes of the death. It seems that he was also attacked with some boulders by the culprits,” he said.
Devanti Devi, Chauhan’s wife, informed police about the verbal duel which took place on Tuesday morning between him and the neighbourhood milkman over Rs 500 on account of milk supply.
Family members of Chauhan claimed that he had left for work on Tuesday morning on his bicycle at around 9 am but did not return until late night.
An unidentified elderly person was found dead, lying at the Tetulmari Coal Mines of Beldaria locality of Tetulmari Police station on Wednesday morning, about 15 km away from the district headquarters.
Officer-in-charge of Tetulmari Police Station Manish Kumar said, “We are trying to identify the person with the help of local residents. The body will be sent for post-mortem at Sahid Nirmal Mahto Memorial Medical College after that.”
“As the body bears no injury marks we can’t predict anything about the reasons of the death and only post mortem report can clarify it,” Kumar added.