Murder mystery solved; police exhume body of man
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, May 21: Police today exhumed body of a villager, who was missing from his house from the last nine months, and was allegedly killed by his neighbour.
Official sources said the body of Ghulam Rasool of Dahair Daramshal in Mandi Tehsil of Rajouri district was exhumed on the disclosure made by the accused, Muhammad Younis.
“The body was buried by the accused in Domana area from where it has been exhumed today. The samples have been collected for the DNA test, while the corpus will be handed over to the family for last rites”, they said.
Officials claimed that missing case of Ghulam Rasool was solved after it was ascertained that the villager was last seen with his neighbour\, Muhammad Younis. “Police conducted raids at his resident at Ban Talab area of Jammu, where he is presently putting up, but he was not found there”, police sources said.
However, the accused on the persuasion of his wife Zeenat Begum surrendered before the police last evening and admitted that he has killed Rasool
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