Raigarh News: Skeleton found scattered near Pansi’s pansi in Dongri forest

Raigarh-Gharghoda (Representative of New Zealand). In the village Konpara Bagdhari Dongri forest of Gharghoda police station area, the villagers saw the noose hanging and the mutilated skeleton lying scattered near it on Saturday morning. The sensation spread when the skeleton was found. This news also created panic in the police department.

On the information of the villagers, the police reached the spot and found many other items including an Aadhar card from the spot. On this basis the police

Has started investigation.

It was told that the villagers had gone to collect wood in the village Konpara Bagdhari Dongri forest. During this time, his eyes fell on the orange colored garland tied in a tree trunk. A piece of bone was lying under the pot. The villagers informed the police team about this. On this, the police force came to the spot and recovered several pieces of skeleton in a radius of 50 to 60 feet from the noose of Pansi. Police have also recovered a pair of slippers, golden watch along with Aadhar card and other items from the spot. When the skeletons are here and there, the police and local people are scattered by the animals to eat the carcass.

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Rishikesh Pandey father Dayasagar Pandey Khairapatti village Simri Buxar Bihar is inscribed. Prima facie it is being speculated to be a male skeleton. Gharghoda Police is contacting Buxar Police of Bihar on the basis of Aadhar card. Along with the forensic team, investigation is being done in many points.

investigation team constituted

The police department is in a quandary due to the discovery of a male skeleton in a suspicious condition in the forest. On the instructions of top officials, Dharamjaygarh SDOP Deepak Mishra has constituted an investigation team. This includes station in-charge Amit Singh, SI Edmond Khes, ASI Chandan Netam, constable Narendra Pankara, Nandu Pankara, Virendra Bhagat, Deepak Bhagat.

A noose of a pansy on a tree in the forest and a skeleton scattered around it has been found. Aadhar card and other similar items found from the spot are confirming to be human skeleton. Verification is being done on the basis of the name entered in the Aadhar card. The exact situation can be known as soon as the relatives are known.

-Amit Singh, TI Gharghoda

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