Delhi News: Dead body of Mauritius citizen found, had come to India on tour a month and a half ago. delhi news dead body of a foreign national has been found in geeta colony in delhi
Delhi News: The dead body of a foreign national has been found in Delhi’s Geeta Colony. Some belongings of the deceased have also been found near the dead body. Police has sent the dead body for forensic examination. The deceased was a resident of Mauritius.
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Delhi News: Capital Delhi A sensational case has come to the fore. Geeta Colony The dead body of a foreign national has been recovered. deceased Mauritius Is a resident of. his identity Bhagwat Luthmi (65) occurred as When the people of the colony saw the dead body lying there, they informed the police. On receiving the information, the police reached and took the dead body in possession and sent it for postmortem. Police is questioning the residents of the colony regarding the deceased foreign national.
Regarding the incident, Shahdara DCP Rohit Meena said that the local police station received information that the dead body of a foreign elderly citizen was lying in Geeta Colony. As soon as the information was received, the police team reached the spot. When the police investigated around the dead body, some belongings of the deceased were found lying. I-card of the deceased was also found lying in them. The deceased was identified as Mauritius resident Bhagwat Luthmi from the I card.
Delhi: Body of a foreign national has been found in Geeta Colony.
Shahdara DCP Rohit Meena said, “A body has been found in Geeta Colony. The dead body has been decomposed a lot, some belongings of the deceased have also been found near the dead body. The body has been sent for forensic. Investigation is on.” pic.twitter.com/xjbCqvdNSb
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No injury marks found on the body of the deceased
DCP Rohit Meena told that the condition of the dead body was very bad. It was at least two-three years old. The dead body has been sent for forensic examination. The people of the colony are being questioned. DCP Rohit Meena said that the dead body was examined at the spot, but no injury marks were found on the body. Due to this apprehension is being expressed that the deceased has not been looted. However, the police is probing this angle as well.
Came to India on tourist visa
DCP Rohit Meena told that the police contacted the Mauritius Embassy and took information about the deceased. It was learned from there that the deceased had come to Mumbai from Mauritius on 6 February. Had come to visit Delhi a few days ago from there. His passport was also found near the dead body. On checking the passport, it was found that he had come to India on a tourist visa.