Srinagar, July 06: In a spooked panicky scenario, more than 15 dead bodies have been found in mysterious condition across various districts of the Kashmir valley past few months in the present year, raising huge concern and panic among the inhabitants of the valley.
As the whole Kashmir valley is struggling to combat the novel Corona virus, panic has gripped the valley as dead bodies in mysterious conditions are consecutively found across different areas where some have been drowned from river, some found in extreme mysterious condition and even in a recent dreadful incident a headless body was also recovered from district Bandipora while many of such bodies after investigation of police have been found the cases of suicide.
Unidentified Bodies found in various districts:
Case 1: A 40-year old man was found dead under mysterious condition on June 13 in Sheeri area of North Kashmir’s district Baramullah, the body was later handed over to the family for last rites while a case under the relevant act was registered also.
Case 2: A 23 -year- old boy was found dead in mysterious condition at his residence in Tangmarg area on June 24 and the case was registered in this regard.
Case 3: A 22 year old boy was found dead under mysterious conditions at his residence in Uri area on June 29, and in the same way police after reaching at the spot registered a case in this regard , while as the cause of all the deaths is yet to be ascertained.
When Kashmir News Bureau contacted SSP Baramullah, Abdul Qayoom he said, “In the month of June three such bodies were found in such circumstances, one was a 40 year old man he was unsound having some family issues also and layer we found that he was drug addictive too, the second body of a 23 year old was found in his residential home and that was a suicide case and the third one which was found in Uri area had died because of a thunderstorm. Rest we are always here for the public , there is no need to panic.”
In a dreadful incident, an unidentified body in extreme mysterious condition without body parts as head and legs was drowned from river Jehlum in north Kashmir district of Bandipora, the police registered a case in this regard, however, soon after this dreadful incident a panicky scenario was created in the district.
Pertain to mention here, correspondingly the same case was reported in the district in the year 2017 when a headless body of a man was recovered from the Jhelum river.
SSP Bandipora, Rahul Malik talking on the recent incident said, “This is so unfortunate, We are investigating the issue, till now we don’t got any clue but soon this all will be revealed, investigation is on.”
The body of a teenager was fished out from Jhelum river in summer capital Srinagar in the month of March, while as just two months after this another body was drowned from the Jehlum in mysterious condition.
Case 1: The body of a 25-year-old man was found in mysterious condition near a school in Dangerpora area of Pulwama district.
Case 2: A male dead body was found in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district,
in a nearby orchard in Prichoo area of the district.
Case 3: Another unidentified dead body was recovered from Romshi Nallah in Frespora Rohmoo area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
The body of a teenage youth was found in the month of May under mysterious condition from Wogbal Gushi area following which panic gripped the whole area.
“These mysterious killings are a question mark on the police and current administration. Why isn’t the UT of J&K installing cameras everywhere? Why not start up a delhi mode of CCTV surveillance for the entire J&K. We cannot label every death as suicide. The bandipora case is sending spine chills to everyone as why we all have failed collectively. We the people of kashmir are selective as well. There has been no uproar from the General public about these mysterious deaths. Masses must ask authorities as why someone is being killed under unknown circumstances. An impartial probe must be started by CBI directly,” said Muzamil Maqbool, Rights Activist to news agency Kashmir News Bureau.