Panchkula: Body of a man aged around 51 years was found at the railway track near Indira Colony on Monday night. The officials of the Government Railway Police (GRP) informed that they received the information regarding the body from the local people following which a team of police officials along with forensic team rushed to the spot.
According to the GRP officials, identification was made with the help of the driving licence which was found from the victim’s pocket. The deceased has been identified as Rakesh Kumar, a resident of Ambala. It was also learnt that the body of the deceased was cut into pieces following the accident while crossing the railway track.
However, when the police officials reached the deceased’s house as per the address in the licence, it was found that no one was living at that place for the past many years. Further to this after investigation, the local police have kept the body at the mortuary of Civil Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula. GRP Investigation Officer Sub-Inspector Wazir Singh said, “We visited the house of the deceased but people there informed that no person with such name ever lived here. Investigation is still going on and no suicide note has been found from the spot.”
Meanwhile, one more unidentified body of a male aged around 45 years was found from the platform number 2 of railway station on September 24 following which post-mortem was carried out on Tuesday after the body was not identified within 72 hours.
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