Woman’s body found abandoned: the Tribune India


Jalandhar: The body of an unknown woman was found abandoned on the Jalandhar-Phagwara railway line under suspicious circumstances, near the village of Chahedu in Phagwara. The body was spotted by residents on Sunday evening. According to reports, he was thrown nearly two feet from the train tracks. Cops said it was difficult to determine whether it was an accident or murder, however, bruises on the body indicated murder. ASI Gurbhej Singh, head of the Chowki Railway Police, Phagwara, further said the woman appeared to be almost twenty years old. Following the first investigations, the body was sent to the civilian hospital. If the deceased remains unidentified for 72 hours, the body would be cremated after the autopsy. The police opened the investigation. TNS

Three inmates with intoxicants

Hoshiarpur: District police arrested three smugglers and collected intoxicants from them on Sunday evening. Bullowal police reportedly recovered 42 grams of intoxicating powder from Divir Singh, resident of Barial village, and Rajinder Singh, resident of Pandori Fangude village. Also, Hariana police arrested Karan, alias Kanna, a resident of Kashmiri Mohalla, Hariana and recovered 55 grams of intoxicating powder from him. Separate cases under the NDPS Act were filed against the accused. CO

District reports three new cases

Jalandhar: On Monday, three new cases of Covid were reported in Jalandhar. The Covid tally reached 63,517 in the district. No new Covid deaths have been reported, with a toll of 1,499. No less than 61,979 people have recovered from Covid in the district, while the number of active cases in Jalandhar is 39. On of the 18,423,583 samples collected in the district so far, 17,05,379 samples have tested negative. Results from 491 samples are still pending. No new cases, deaths in Kapurthala: No new cases of Covid were reported in Kapurthala on Monday and the tally remained at 17,869. No deaths from Covid were reported either. TNS


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