The young man was drowned in the strong current: the body of the king drowned in the river Dumkulwa was found in Katua Dah after 38 hours

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The body of Naresh Ganjhu (38 years), resident of Manjuakhad of Fulsu Panchayat under Bariatu TOP, was discovered by local youths and villagers on Wednesday in Katua Dah near Honjar village of Herhanj block with the help of police and relentless efforts of 38 hours.

Local rural youths who searched the body, including Bahadur Ganjhu, Anil Ganjhu, Jagdish Ganjhu, Rambriksha Ganjhu and Muneshwar Ganjhu, said that the king had drowned on Monday around 7 to 8 pm in the strong flow of water from the Bongadag Dubkulwa river. . Which we were all looking for since last Monday night, which was found buried in the sand near Honjar Katua Dah of Herhanj block, five km from the place of drowning on Wednesday. The body was completely buried in the sand. Part of the waist and pants were visible. When the sand was removed, the body of the king came out.

As soon as the dead body of the king was found, wife Rajmani Devi, daughter Asmita Kumari, Rita Kumari, son Birendra Ganjhu and Mahendra Ganjhu were in a bad condition. As soon as the information about the body was found, Jeep member Ramesh Ram, Youth Congress President Lal Ashish Nath Shahdeo, Arjun Oraon, the former head of the Panchayat reached the house of Naresh. He consoled the wife and children of the deceased and assured all possible help. Here Bariatu TOP in-charge Kundan Kumar and Herhanj police station in-charge Mukesh Chaudhary took possession of the body and sent it to Latehar for post-mortem.

It is worth mentioning that the deceased King along with his son Virendra Ganjhu had gone to Bongadag of Herhanj block to see the Jatra of Jiutiya. On the time of returning home, Kulwa had drowned in the strong current of river water on Monday. In the course of the search for its dead body, the body of Subar Ganjhu, a resident of Hethar of the same panchayat, was found near Kusmahi on Tuesday. Naresh’s body was found in Katua Dah on Wednesday.

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