Decomposed dead body of a young man found in Jaipur; Body was lying in a hillock, and had gone missing 12 days ago
The decomposed dead body of a young man found in Jaipur: The body was lying in a hillock, and had gone missing 12 days ago
A sensation spread in Jaipur on Friday morning after a young man's decomposed body was found. The dead body of the young man was lying in the gumti built on the hill. 12 days ago, the missing person of the mysteriously missing youth was registered at Jhotwara police station. Harmada police station collected evidence with the help of the FSL team. Police have kept the dead body in the mortuary of the hospital for postmortem. Police found an empty and a filled bottle of acid near the body. Police say that the cause of death will be known only after the postmortem report comes.
SI Imrat Singh told that the dead body of the youth was found in the Gumti built on the hill on Dadar Road in Jairampura. When a strong stench arose at around 10 in the morning, people went to the gumti and looked. A decomposed dead body of a young man was lying in Gumti. The sensation spread among the people when the dead body was found. Harmada police station reached the spot on information. Police collected evidence with the help of the FSL team. Purse-mobile was found in the pocket of the deceased.
The deceased was identified as Budhi Prakash Bajaj (40) son of Rameshwar Bajaj, resident of Chaumu. Near the dead body, one bottle each, empty and full of acid, was found. The police seized the dead body after taking the opportunity. The body was sent to the hospital's mortuary for postmortem. Police say that there were no injury marks on the body of the deceased. The dead body is about 10-12 days old. Suicide is also being suspected after an empty acid bottle was found near the dead body. The cause of death will be known only after the post-mortem report comes.
SI Imrat Singh told that the deceased Budhi Prakash Surajpol used to work as a scribe at a shop in Anaj Mandi. On May 7, he came to the Medical Center Jhotwara to meet his brother-in-law. Got a call on his mobile around 12 noon. After receiving the call, he left asking his brother-in-law to come back in 10 minutes. After this, he did not come back to meet and did not return home. Even after an extensive search, when Budhi Prakash could not be traced, a missing complaint was lodged at the Jhotwara police station. Police are trying to find out the cause of death by looking at all angles.