Youth dies after being shot in army firing range
Mhow (Representative of New Zealand). A youth was shot dead in the Army’s Hema firing range. The youth had gone to pick up the bomb with his comrades who fled leaving him alone after the incident. On Tuesday afternoon, 24-year-old Bunty son Rajendra Verma, a resident of Gaikwad, died due to bullet injuries in the Army’s Hema firing range located on Pithampur Road. His body was brought to Government Madhya Bharat Hospital for post-mortem at 8.30 pm. Rahul Verma, brother of the deceased, told that Bunty was taken by two of his companions as usual on Tuesday also to open the bomb in the restricted firing area, but at that time the army exercise was going on. But after being shot, instead of informing him at home or taking him to the hospital, he fled leaving him in an injured condition. The shirt that was tied to stop the blood on his body belonged to his partner. The bullet hit from one side of the waist of the deceased, which broke through and came out on the other side. Kishanganj police has established a case late at night.
Middle-aged body found in well
Badnawar. On Tuesday, the body of a 58-year-old man was found in a well located on the farm in Majre Bandinal, village panchayat Multhan. The dead body is said to be about three to four days old. The police have established the route. The body was handed over to the relatives after post-mortem. The name of the deceased has been given as Ramesh Putra Roopa resident Ramtapada. He was identified from the Aadhar card found in his pocket. The body was completely decomposed since it was about four days old. On Tuesday morning, the farm owner Sukhram went to the well and started the motor, then the water started smelling. When he looked into the well, he saw the dead body. Informed the watchman Parvat Singh. On the information of the watchman, SI Sanjay Purohit, ASI Prahlad Singh Bora and Dharmendra Srivastava and head constable Dinesh Sisodia reached the spot and got the dead body taken out and identified. FSL officer Pinky Mehrde was also called from Dhar. He inspected the spot and examined the dead body. The well in which the accident took place is said to be very deep and without a cauldron.