2 Kashmiris found dead in Delhi outskirts
It’s an accident: Police; killed for money: Family
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Srinagar, July 24: Bodies of an uncle-nephew duo from Islambad’s Kujar village on way to Bihar were recovered by police near a railway track in outskirts of New Delhi on Friday. While police has termed it as an accident, the family members of deceased suspect it was murder for money.
The deceased have been identified as Ghulam Muhammad Lone, an octogenarian, and his nephew Nazeer Ahmad Dar, 40, both residents of Kujar, Frisal in Islamabad. They were on way to Katihar district in Bihar to meet Lone’s son who had recently got married there. The Delhi police had recovered the bodies near Ajaibpoor railway station in Noida on Friday.
The Superintendent of Police Kulgam, Keshav Ram Chaurasia said preliminary reports suggest that the two were found dead on the railway track near Ajaibpoor railway station near Noida after they had boarded a train in Jammu to Katihar.
The Police Station Dadri had got the post mortem of the bodies conducted today in presence of the relatives of the deceased and a police team sent by Kulgam police station, the SP said.
“The post mortem had shown injuries on the skull of the deceased persons. The Dadri Police Station has filed an accident report. Things will be clear once our police team returns here on Sunday,” he said. The police, the SP said had neither information about the cause of the “accident” nor about the train.
However, family members of the deceased allege the duo was murdered for they were carrying hefty money with them.
Ghulam Muhammad Lone, according to his family members was going to meet his son Sajad Ahmad who along with his wife (from Katihar) was putting up in in-laws house for last few days.
“Sajad had recently got married to the girl and was scheduled to return home. He called Lone few days back and asked him get him some money as he was in need of it. Lone was carrying Rs 60,000 with him,” said his family
The family had received the tragic news from Yaripora Police Station, in Kulgam.
“If they died in a train accident why is police silent about the exact cause of their death,” said the family members.
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