The mysterious body of a Nepali girl has been found in Chandigarh, India. It is reported that the dead body of a girl from Ganeshpur, Banganga Municipality ward number-6 of the district was found in Chandigarh, Haryana on Thursday.
According to family sources, Champa Gandharva, who went to the bathroom after having lunch at 10:30 am on the 2nd of Thursday, was found dead in a suspicious condition after about one and a half/two hours. After she went to take a bath and did not come out for a long time, her friend Kamala, who works at the same house, informed the police. Panchkula-based police found the body bleeding from the mouth and wrapped in gauze around the neck when they searched the body without the permission of the relatives, and the Indian media has announced that he committed suicide.
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On the other hand, Chandigarh-based Bharatiya Ekta Samaj, Welfare Society and other organizations have suspected that the nature of the incident may have been a murder. They have also demanded justice for the victims and action against the perpetrators. Nepalis and locals also surrounded the Panchkula police station on Friday and Saturday.
After two days of dharna and siege, Champa’s body has been kept in the civil hospital there. Deshi is said to be under police surveillance.
On the other hand, the family members have also demanded that an investigation should be conducted based on the true facts regarding the suspicion of murder of the deceased Champa. According to the source, a post-mortem committee will be formed and the post-mortem of the body will be held on Tuesday.
According to the source, Champa reached sector 2 of Panchkula in Chandigarh with her younger sister-in-law for employment last May. He was born in Ganeshpur to father Maniram and mother Amrita Gandharva in November 2056 along with younger brother Ganga Gandharva and sister Champa.
Ram Abatar Chaudhary