The youth had gone out to party with friends, the body was found hanging from the noose, the case of West Champaran
On Thursday morning, the body of a youth was found hanging from the bungalow of his house in Ghodpakdi village of the Inerva police station area. Villagers and relatives brought down the dead body of the young man hanging from the noose and informed the incident to the police of Inerwa police station. The police reached under the leadership of SHO Prakash Kumar sent the dead body to Government Medical Hospital Bettiah for post-mortem. The deceased has been identified as Mohammad Cash (25), son of Anwar Khan, a resident of Ghodpakdi.
The young man had returned from abroad only a year ago
According to the information received, Mohammad Cash had returned home from abroad a year ago and he was getting the house built. Had a party with some friends in the village itself on Wednesday evening. During the party, his mother Jameela Khatoon called and asked to come back home. But, he said that you should go to sleep after eating food. It will be late to come. When the relatives woke up on Thursday morning, they saw the dead body in the bungalow near the house. After the death of the son, the family members including mother Jameela Khatoon are in a bad condition. Here the police station in-charge Prakash Kumar told that the reason will be known only after the post-mortem report comes. A relative's statement is being taken. On that basis, a case will be registered and the matter will be investigated.
Theft in shop and house on the same night in Naurangiya
Bagha. Thieves carried out the incident in the shop and houses at Naurangiya Chowk of Naurangiya police station on Wednesday night. In the first incident, thieves broke the lock in the shop of Parrot Gond located on the square, and stole material worth about ten thousand. While the second incident took place in Balram Sharma's Lohari. The third incident took place at Koili Devi's house located at Naurangiya More. From where the thieves stole the water motor. Naurangiya police station in-charge Rajesh Kumar Jha said that an FIR is being registered against unknown thieves and an investigation is being done. Here, there is an atmosphere of fear among the local people due to the incident of three thefts on the same night.