Male skeleton recovered from Burayakocha forest, police engaged in investigation

Ranchi: A male skeleton has been recovered from Buraykocha forest of Jargo Panchayat located in Tamar police station area of the district.

The male skeleton has been identified as Suleman Nag (31), son of Daniel Nag, resident of Chutiabeda village.

The villagers informed the police and family after seeing a human skeleton in the forest.

After receiving the information, the family members reached the spot and identified him by his clothes.

The bones of the skull and reed were different.

Suleman Nag had gone to Vijaygiri on 25 October to watch hockey.

He was missing since then.

The family members had lodged a missing report of Suleman Nag at Tamar police station on 15th November.

After the complaint was registered, the police did a lot of investigation.

But nothing could be found about him.

Now about a month later, his skeleton has been found in the forest.

In this regard, Dawood Nag, elder brother of deceased Suleman Nag, said that there was a dispute going on with the villagers regarding the farm land for years.

The villagers did not allow the paddy to be harvested. Complaint about this was also made to the head and village head.

He said that the villagers called my parents witch jogins.

Once people named Abraham Munda and Prabhu Dayal Munda came to my parents’ house to kill me.

But Suleman Nag somehow saved both of their lives.

After this, Abraham and Prabhu Dayal became enemies of my brother.

Dawood Nag alleged that when his brother was returning alone at night after watching football.

During that time, both of them killed Suleman Nag by cutting him with a sharp weapon.

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