Vitla: Manjeshwar and Vitla police exhumed a body buried 18 days ago, as the relatives of the deceased had lodged a complaint expressing suspicions about his death, at Bandithadaka near Kanyana on Thursday.

The deceased person is identified as Ashraf (44), a resident of Marjipalla in Sunkadakatte which falls under the Manjeshwara Police limits. Ibrahim, the brother of the deceased, has complained to the Manjeshwara police station that Ashraf’s death had happened under suspicious circumstances, and it was not normal. Accordingly, the police decided to exhume the body and conduct an investigation.

Manjeshwara police, with the assistance of the Vitla police and a court order, arrived at the Rahmaniya Juma Masjid in Bandithadka where the deceased Ashraf was buried. Staff from the Yenepoya Hospital Forensic department, Mangalore and Kasargod Health department officials jointly collaborated to exhume the body. Bantwal Tahsildar was also present in the spot.

The deceased Ashraf ran a petty shop near his house in Marjipalla of Sunkadakatte, Kanyana. On 5th May, he had gone home after closing his shop, taken his food and slept. In the morning, he hadn’t reportedly gotten up from his sleep. Ashraf’s wife had told everyone that he had died of heart attack in sleep. In the evening, his body was buried in the burial ground of Bandithadka Rahmaniya Juma Masjid.

Vitla: Manjeshwar and Vitla police exhumed a body buried 18 days ago, as the relatives of the deceased had lodged a complaint expressing suspicions about his death, at Bandithadaka near Kanyana on Thursday.

The deceased person is identified as Ashraf (44), a resident of Marjipalla in Sunkadakatte which falls under the Manjeshwara Police limits. Ibrahim, the brother of the deceased, has complained to the Manjeshwara police station that Ashraf’s death had happened under suspicious circumstances, and it was not normal. Accordingly, the police decided to exhume the body and conduct an investigation.

Manjeshwara police, with the assistance of the Vitla police and a court order, arrived at the Rahmaniya Juma Masjid in Bandithadka where the deceased Ashraf was buried. Staff from the Yenepoya Hospital Forensic department, Mangalore and Kasargod Health department officials jointly collaborated to exhume the body. Bantwal Tahsildar was also present in the spot.

The deceased Ashraf ran a petty shop near his house in Marjipalla of Sunkadakatte, Kanyana. On 5th May, he had gone home after closing his shop, taken his food and slept. In the morning, he hadn’t reportedly gotten up from his sleep. Ashraf’s wife had told everyone that he had died of heart attack in sleep. In the evening, his body was buried in the burial ground of Bandithadka Rahmaniya Juma Masjid.

 

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New Delhi (PTI): Kota MP Om Birla on Tuesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi amid indications that he will again be the ruling National Democratic Alliance's candidate for the Lok Sabha Speaker's post.

Several NDA sources said Birla is likely to be their candidate for the Speaker of the 18th Lok Sabha.

The opposition, sources said, may not name its own candidate, letting the NDA nominee to get elected unopposed.

There is a view that the opposition may get the Deputy Speaker's position

By retaining the Kota seat in Rajasthan, Birla has become the first presiding officer to be re-elected to the Lower House in the last 20 years.