Mangaluru: Young woman found dead at Killeria Nagar beach identified


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (MS) 

Mangaluru, Aug 25: The body of a young woman was found on the beach of Killeria Nagar near Mukkacheri within Ullal police station limits on Saturday, August 24. Police personnel, after a day, have managed to establish the identity of the deceased. 

Police said that the name of the deceased is Prerana Kheni (23) from Ashoknagar in city. 

Prerana is the daughter of late Ashok Kheni and Asha Kheni from Margao in Goa. Mother and daughter duo stayed in Ashoknagar in Mangaluru since a year, Asha Kheni worked as a housemaid. Prerana was unemployed. 

A case in this regard was registered in the Ullal police station. 

It is suspected that Prerana committed suicide somewhere else and her body must have washed ashore at Killeria Nagar beach. No marks of any injury were noticed prima facie on the body. 

The postmortem was done at K S Hegde hospital of Deralakatte.

 

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangaluru

    Mon, Aug 26 2019

    Killing has become quite frequent incidents which need to be controlled by the police

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  • netizen, Mangaluru

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Ache Din getting excelerated all over India since quite sometime and finally reached twin districts after the huge crises in industry sectors. People have no option left but to struggle and pray Almighty God for the survival.

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  • Prashant Karkera, Hejamady/Mumbai

    Mon, Aug 26 2019

    But people were joining terror outfits even before 2014 ....

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