Kasargod: Dead bodies of two men found near Pallam railway tracks

Stephan Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasaragod (EP)

Kasaragod, Jan 30: Dead bodies of two young men were found near Pallam railway tracks on Tuesday, January 30, in the morning. One of them was identified as that of Nekraje Pookaimool resident, Mohammed Sahir (19).

The bodies were found at about 6 am. Four mobile phone handsets were found near the bodies. It is suspected that two of the mobile phone handsets were stolen by the deceased from Kasaragod.

The mortal remains were shifted to the Kasaragod General Hospital's morgue. Locals who saw the bodies in the morning alerted the railway and the Kasaragod police. The police who arrived at the spot conducted an inquest. The identity of the second body is not yet known.

The mother of Sahir (one of the deceased), who reached the spot, identified the body kept at the morgue. Police came to know that two of the mobile phone handsets found near their dead bodies were stolen from a residential quarters here where Kasaragod-based workers are residing.   

The mobile phone handsets were believed to be stolen on Monday night and Tamil Nadu residents had complained about the theft to the Kasaragod police. It is suspected that the young men had died after being hit by a running train. Police investigations are in progress.




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