Woman’s body found at Bemina
Police starts probe
Srinagar, Jan 6: A 35-year-old unidentified woman was found dead under mysterious circumstances at Bemina locality here, police said.
The woman’s body was lying near an empty bunker near the Bypass crossing this morning.
“The woman was insane. She was frequently spotted in the Bypass area from past one year. She could have probably died due to shivering cold,” locals said.
However, the case took a new turn when her body was taken to JLNM hospital Rainawari for postmortem.
The postmortem was conducted by doctors of JLNM hospital Rainawari and a senior gynecologist from Gousia Hospital Khanyar.
“Postmortem of the lady confirmed that she was pregnant and having a fetus of 18 weeks old,” said a medico wishing not to be named.
“Fetus of the woman will be sent for the DNA test and police has initiated an inquest proceeding under section 174 into the case, “said a police officer.
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