Corpse of a gold dealer found in the Gorra River in Deoria – Deoria: The body of a gold dealer found in the Gorra River, jumped in Rapti three days ago

Amar Ujala Network, Deoria.

Published by: vivek shukla
Updated Thursday, July 22, 2021 5:40 PM IST

abstract

On July 19, he jumped into the Rapti River in Gorakhpur, the deceased was a resident of Mundera Bazar of Chaurichaura, who previously ran a shop in Bangari of Nai Bazar.

symbolic picture
– Photo: Amar Ujala

hear the news

hear the news

The body of a gold dealer was found Thursday morning in the Gorra River near the village of Ratanpur in Deoria district. On July 19, she jumped into the rapti near Baghagada in Gorakhpur. He was a resident of the village of Mundera Bazar in Chaurachaura. He used to run a jewelry store in Bangari in Nai Bazar. Excited about something, he jumped into the river.Vishal Verma, 24, son of Sheshnath Verma, a resident of Mundera Bazar in Chaurichaura Police Station in Gorakhpur District, used to run a gold and silver shop at Bangari intersection of Nai Bazar. Vishal Verma was the eldest of the three brothers. She wasn’t married.

According to family members, he was under stress for a week. On the evening of July 19, after he closed the shop, he went to the Baghagada Bridge and jumped into the Rapti River, parked his bike. When they saw the jump in the river, people sounded the alarm. He informed the family about the incident.

The family and the police searched the river for three days. The youth’s body reached Gorra while it was flowing in the Rapti River. On Thursday morning, people saw the body near the village of Ratanpur. The family members were given information on the basis of the identity card found in the bag. When they reached the bank of the river, family members identified the body.

Ekauna police sent the body to the county hospital for an autopsy. In this regard, SHO Shailendra Kumar said the body was sent for an autopsy. The family members did not complain.

Detailed

The body of a gold dealer was found Thursday morning in the Gorra River near the village of Ratanpur in Deoria district. On July 19, she jumped into the rapti near Baghagada in Gorakhpur. He was a resident of the village of Mundera Bazar in Chaurachaura. He used to run a jewelry store in Bangari in Nai Bazar. Excited about something, he jumped into the river.

Vishal Verma, 24, son of Sheshnath Verma, a resident of Mundera Bazar in Chaurichaura Police Station in Gorakhpur District, used to run a gold and silver shop at Bangari intersection of Nai Bazar. Vishal Verma was the eldest of the three brothers. She wasn’t married.

According to family members, he was under stress for a week. On the evening of July 19, after he closed the shop, he went to the Baghagada Bridge and jumped into the Rapti River, parked his bike. When they saw the jump in the river, people sounded the alarm. He informed the family about the incident.

The family and the police searched the river for three days. The youth’s body reached Gorra while it was flowing in the Rapti River. On Thursday morning, people saw the body near the village of Ratanpur. The family members were given information on the basis of the identity card found in the bag. When they reached the bank of the river, family members identified the body.

Ekauna police sent the body to the county hospital for an autopsy. In this regard, SHO Shailendra Kumar said the body was sent for an autopsy. The family members did not complain.

    .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply