27-year-old woman found dead in mysterious conditions in Gamharia

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Jamshedpur, July 29: Under mysterious conditions, a 27-year-old woman and a 38-year-old man were found dead at Dimna Lake under Bodam police station area and Shivnarayanpur under Gamharia police station area on Tuesday.

In one of the cases, body of the young woman was found hanging from
the ceiling fan at her house in Shivnarayanpur this morning, in other
incident body of the man who was a resident of Road No 1 in Sankosai
under Ulidih police station area in  Mango was found floating in the
Dimna lake in the morning.

As per initial probe, both the deaths seem to be suicidal, the police
are also looking into murder angle after the family members had
expressed foul play.

The body which was found floating in the lake was identified as that
of Murari Maity.   He was missing from his home since Monday night but
finally the body was found floating in the Dimna Lake on Tuesday.  The
police subsequently pressed local divers and fished out the body from
the lake for sending it to the MGM Medical College mortuary for

OC, Bodam police station, Kajal Kumar Dubey said that though it was
apparently a case of suicide, they had to register a murder case
against Bijay Gupta on the basis of an FIR lodged by the deceased’s
elder brother Dhananjay Maity.

“As per FIR filed by Dhananjay his brother Murai had taken a
considerable amount of loan from Gupta, but could not repay the loan
as he had promised.  As a result of the situation, Gupta put pressure
Murari to get him a plot of land close to his house registered in his
name instead of paying back the loan, but he was not interested to do
so.  Eventually, there was enmity between Gupta and his brother.   His
brother has claimed that it was Gupta who might have killed and
dropped the body in the lake,” said the officer-in-charge.

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