Srinagar- Dead body of a policeman who died under mysterious circumstances in Mumbai a few days ago, arrived at his native place in Srinagar on Friday, family sources said.
Auqib Hussain Mir son of Khurshd Ahmad Mir aged around 32 of Hassanabad Rainawari, according to his family had gone to Mumbai for drone-pilot course a few days ago.
However, the sudden death of their son, who had been married only for a year, shook the whole family, they added.
“The entire family and relatives of the deceased cop were shocked the moment they came across the sudden death of their son. Auqib was married only for a year and had gone to Mumbai for a drone-pilot course a few days ago,” one of the close relatives of the deceased cop told Kashmir Observer.
He said there were deep wounds on his entire body while his back was broken as if he had either been pushed or had fallen from the top.
The family of the deceased cop who was posted at Police Control Room (PCR) Srinagar urged the government to conduct a thorough probe into the mysterious death of their son.
“We want an in-depth investigation into Auqib’s enigmatic death to be carried out by the authorities. His back was broken, and there were visible injury marks all over his body, it appeared that he was either pushed or fell from the top, they added.
A senior police official however said the deceased had not informed his superiors about his Mumbai visit nor had he applied for leave. He said the post mortem of the deceased has been conducted and all doubts will be cleared once the report is received.
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