Police on Monday recovered a body of the 32-year-old non-local labourer from a village in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
Reports said that some locals spotted the body lying at Adgam today morning and informed the police station concerned accordingly.
A police officer told news agency GNS that soon after receiving the information about it, a police team reached the spot and recovered the body.
“The body has been taken to a hospital for medico-legal formalities including the postmortem”.
The officer identified the deceased as Nanda Munda (32) son of Brisking Munda, a resident of West Bengal.
Nanda, was working as a labourer in the southern district and there was no visible injury on his body, the officer said.
Apparently, the non-local died due to cardiac arrest, the officer said, adding police has launched further investigations to ascertain the actual cause of death. (GNS)