Dead body of missing son of Chennai Ex-Mayor found after 8 days of search operation
Shimla, Feb 12
The mortal remains of the missing son of former Mayor of Chennai, has been found around 3 kilometers from the spot of accident in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. The missing Vetri Duraisamy son of S. Doraiswamy met with an accident in a Toyota Crysta on 04.02.2024. At the time of the incidence there were three people in the vehicle of which one seriously injured Gobinath (aged 32 years) S/o Sh. Selvaraj R/o Palayam, Vellakovil, Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu has been shifted to IGMC or treatment. Another Tenzin R/o VPO Tabo, District Lahaul Spiti, HP was found dead at the spot. While the third person had gone missing in the river. The accident took place in Satluj river near Kashang Nallah, Tehsil Kalpa, District Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh.
A police spokesperson in a media communique stated that in this regard, a case FIR No. 09/24 dated 04.02.2024 U/s 279, 337, 304A IPC has been registered at Police Station Reckong Peo. On the day of incident some part of human body believed to be brain was found on the spot and same was preserved by the Investigation Officer and sent to the State Forensic Science Laboratory, Junga, HP for DNA profiling on 06.02.2024, he stated.
Adding that to trace out above missing person a joint search operation was conducted w.e.f. 04.02.2024 to 12.02.2024 by the District Police along with ITBP, NDRF, Navy, SDRF Uttrakhand, Home Guards and divers of Mahun Nag Association on the banks of river Sutlej. Drone was also used to trace out missing person. During search operation, today on 12.02.2024, missing person has been recovered from the Satluj river, about 3 km from the spot by a local diver. Dead body of the deceased has been shifted to IGMC Shimla for postmortem, he informed. After postmortem dead body will be handed over to the relatives of the deceased, he concluded.
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