bhaskar news service etawah, Sensation spread in the area after a male skeleton was found in the forest of Badhpura area. After taking samples for examination by the local police station and forensic team, which reached the spot, the body has been sent for postmortem. Sensation spread in the area after a skeleton was found in the forest of Lakhanpura village under Pachhayangaon police station area. This male skeleton has been identified as Sanju alias Yashwant (45) son of Kaptan Singh, resident of village Lakhanpura, who had gone to cut the mustard crop standing in his fields by taking a bag sickle from his house on March 5, 2023 at around 5 pm. According to the information, Sanju alias Yashwant had gone to his home on March 5 at around 5 pm with a bicycle bag and a sickle to cut the mustard crop standing on the field. When he did not return, the family members thought that he had left home many times in the past as well. And would come back. This time, when he did not return after a week, the relatives lodged a missing report on March 13 at Pachhaygaon police station. A lot of research was done by the police and family members in the fields and the surrounding forest, but still no one could be found. Today on Wednesday morning, Manoj Kumar of the village was going towards the fields. So on the rugged mound of Lakhanpura, Sanju alias Yashwant’s clothes, bag and sickle and a little fire saw that seeing the dead body in a mutilated skeletal state, he informed the family members of Sanju alias Yashwant. After which the relatives informed Pachhaygaon station in-charge Sanat Kumar, after which the Pachhayagaon police station in-charge and the forensic team reached the spot, took the samples and sent the dead body for post-mortem. On the other hand, Pachhaygaon police station in-charge Sanatkumar told that the people of the village say that Sanju was attacked and killed by a ferocious wild animal. But the real reason will be known only after the post mortem report comes.
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