Suspicious death of youth in Bengaluru: Murder suspected, Wife urges for investigation.

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Puttur, November 27: A youth from Uppinangady who had been for work to Bengaluru four days ago has died in a suspicious way and his wife who has expressed suspicions over his death has filed a complaint with the Uppinanagady police and demanded for the autopsy of the dead body and find the actual cause of death.

The deceased man is Mitun (30), son of Panduranga, resident of Perne village. He died in Bengaluru. He was working as an electrician in Uppinangady.

It is said that, on November 22nd, a man named Nandan from Madikeri had taken Mitun to Bengaluru saying that he would find a job to Mitun there. But Mitun died under mysterious circumstances at Bengaluru. Hence Rajani, wife of Mitun in her complaint to Uppinangady police has urged to trace out the exact reason for the Mitun’s death.

Death due to Fits and Heart attack-statement:

On the night of November 25th, while Mitun was working at Magadi in Bengaluru, he collapsed due to fits, and was struggling. Later he was admitted to hospital there, where he expired due to heart attack, informed the assistants of Nandan who brought the dead body; to the Uppinangady police, and a letter pertained to this given by the Magadi Police has been handed over by them to the Uppinangady police.

Autopsy not done, family not informed:

It is said, about the incident that took place in Bengaluru, the police from there have not given any information to the family of Mitun and even the post-mortem of the body has not been done. But instead of sending the dead body in an ambulance, the body was sent in Tata Sumo vehicle. The family of Mitun gathered in front of the Uppinangady police station and expressed dissatisfaction over this incident.

It is said that all the information were given by Nandan to Mitun’s uncle Jayaram about the incidents that took place from the night of Nov 25th, and later the news death of Mitun and that he had said not to conduct the post-mortem and asked to send the body to his native. Hence Nandan had sent the body without the presence of any family member of the deceased, it is said.

Jayaram who was in contact with the persons who brought the dead body to Uppinangady, was later found unavailable for phonic contact once the dead body reached Uppinangady, it is said.

As per the complaint filed by Rajani, wife of Mitun over his death, an un-natural death case has been registered. The dead body has been sent to Mangaluru for post mortem. After receiving the post-mortem reports, legal investigations would be done, said Uppinangady SI Timmappa Nayak.

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