Missing woman’s body found on rail tracks

The Asian Age.

Metros, Mumbai

he body of Namrata Patel, who has been missing since Tuesday, was found on the railway tracks in Kanjurmarg.

At the time she went missing, the victim was not keeping well, according to the police. (Photo: ANI | Twitter)

Mumbai: The body of Namrata Patel, a 28-year-old woman who went missing from her residence in Ulhasnagar, was found on Thursday along railway tracks in Kanjurmarg.

The police, which had registered a missing person's complaint earlier, is now attempting to establish whether she committed suicide or she was killed. At the time she went missing, the victim was not keeping well, according to the police.   

Patel, a resident of Chinchpada area in Kalyan, disappeared mysteriously on Tuesday while being unwell. The incident came to light after her husband, Veerbahadur, was informed by his neighbours about their two children crying incessantly.

When the caller asked if Namrata was away, a scared Veerbahadur began a search for his wife but, after scouting areas near the Ulhasnagar station, market and other places, he failed to trace her.

He then approached the Vitthalwadi police station and lodged a missing person's complaint.The police is now looking into her disappearance.

The police will record the statements of Veerbahadur, relatives and neighbours, and a case will be registered subsequently as per its .

The government railway police has registered an accidental death report.

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