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Uttar Pradesh: An unprecedented death of a woman Constable

An unprecedented death of a woman Constable in her own house, questions raised

-By Dharmendra Singh

On Wednesday evening, a constable posted in Kasai Nagar police station was found dead in her house in a suspicious circumstances. She had gone to her house late on Tuesday evening and on Wednesday, her mobile was  contacted by the Police station where she was posted throughout the day but no response received.

 On receiving the news, when the police reached the house and opened the closed gate from inside, he was found dead on the ground.

Renu Saroj, daughter of Jagram, resident of village Narayanpur, Faizabad, was a female constable  of 2016 batch. She was posted in Kasai Nagar police station from 2017. she was living with an another woman Constable named as Shalu Shukla. A week ago, Shalu has left for her marriage. Her marriage was on May 29. Renu was living in the house alone after  Shalu’s vacation.

It is being told that Renu had left the police station on Tuesday  evening. A day after, police personnel started calling on her mobile  on Wednesday but the call was not received. Caught under this suspicious situation an another women Constable living in the adjacent house was contacted, it was than unfortunately revealed that her room was locked from inside.

Then the police personnel reached Renu’s house and broke into the door and went in. Consequently ,police personnel found her dead lying on the ground of her residence along with a stand fan. The area SP Rajiv Narayan Mishra, Dag Squad and the forensic team reached the spot soon and investigated into the incident. At first glance, the police felt Renu’s death in the grip of short circuit of Electricity . 

At present, the police is  being engaged in the investigations with the intensity of finding the appropriate cause of female Cop’s unprecedented death.



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