There was a wave of mourning in the police family due to the news of the death of Inspector Laljit Udan of the city police station. Several police officers reached DMCH on Friday morning. Where post-mortem of the dead body was done in the presence of police officers and relatives. After this the body was taken to the police line. Where guard of honor was given. Sadar SDPO Krishnanandan Kumar, Headquarters DSP Amit Kumar, Line DSP JN Thakur, University SHO Satyaprakash Jha, City SHO Rakesh Kumar Singh along with many police officers and jawans prayed for the peace of the departed soul by observing two minutes silence.
After offering flowers on the body, the police officers gave their last farewell with moist eyes by shouldering. After this the relatives went home with the body. Inspector Laljit Udaon was a resident of Khapia of Ghagda police station area of Gumla district of Jharkhand. Please tell that for more than a year, he was posted in the city police station. However, before that he was posted in Bahera police station. It is said that Laljit had gone to Bahera police station on Thursday morning in connection with some previous case. Where he was coming to the city police station from Banipur-Donar road on his bike after performing the work late in the evening. Meanwhile, Sonki ran away after trampling a vehicle unknown to him near Dekulichatti of OP. He was already dead before the people around him gathered.
However, Sonki OP police picked up Laljit and took him to DMCH. Where doctors declared him brought dead. This information caused a furore among the relatives. Wife Bhuneshwari Devi alias Kshbhasaria roared and started crying. On information, six children of Laljit also reached. The relatives became helpless after clinging to the body. Here, the Darbhanga Police Association has expressed deep condolences on the death of Inspector Laljit Udaon. District Secretary Vipul Kumar Singh said that the police family has suffered a lot. On the occasion, President Radhey Shyam Ram, Treasurer Ranjan Kumar, etc., paid their farewell with moist eyes by offering flowers.