| Ahmedabad |
November 19, 2020 5:42:35 am
Police in Madhya Pradesh’s Ratlam district are investigating into the death of a CRPF commando, who went missing last week from the New Delhi-Mumbai Rajdhani Express while on way home to Gujarat on leave.
The body of Ajitsinh Parmar, 25, who was posted in CRPF’s COBRA unit in Gaya, Bihar, was exhumed from Ratlam and brought to his hometown Kodinar in Gujarat’s Gir Somnath on Wednesday, where a large number of people attended his funeral procession.
According to police, Parmar boarded the train in New Delhi on November 13 to travel to Vadodara. At 11:02 pm, as the train reached Ratlam, Parmar last spoke to his fiancee on phone and informed her that he will reach Vadodara around 4 am. However, he went missing and his luggage was found in the train at Mumbai, the train’s last destination.
On November 15, a missing person’s complaint was lodged at Vadodara railway police station as his family members sought help on social media to trace Parmar.
Meanwhile, on November 14, Ratlam…