Mumbai Police Releases Statement Over The Death of Nawab Bazar Youth

KL Report
SRINAGAR

As per a police spokesperson the Deputy Commissioner of Police, West Zone Railways Mumbai has written to them about the cause of death of Parveiz Ahmad Teli who died in Mumbai. While quoting the post mortem report of Teli, Mumbai police has said that he died of ‘shock and hemorrhage of vital organs’ in train accident.

“On July 09, 2013, one person aged about 36 years was hit by Virar bound Down train. He was attempting to cross the track from East to West near KM pole number 9/6. The injured was immediately shifted to the KEM Hospital by Government Railway police (GRP) with the help of porters. He was declared dead on examination by the doctor. After conducting Panchnama body was sent for autopsy. An Accidental Death Report (ADR) No. 88/23 came to be registered at Mumbai Control Railway Police Station, investigation was immediately started,” reads the statement.

It further reads that “Statements of Motorman Ulhas Panditrao Nandurkar, Guard Mohammad Anshar Kasimali Sheikh have been recorded as they are the eyewitness. Statement of porters and GRP men who shifted him to the hospital have also been recorded along with other witness, Sahid Rahman Altaf and Firdous Ahmad Teli identified the body of deceased as of Parvez Ahmad Teli, age 36 years resident of Kalamdanpora Navab Bazar, Srinagar, Jammu Kashmir.”

Autopsy report has been received by the investigation officer (I/O) and report says the cause of death is ‘shock and hemorrhage as a result of injuries to vital organs. The investigation of the ADR reveals that Parvez Ahmad Teli died of injuries due to train accident, reads the statement.

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