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Four bodies recovered in various districts of Bihar

Patna, Nov 11 (UNI) Police recovered four bodies from various places in Vaishali
and Bhagalpur districts during the last 12 hours.
According to a report from Hajipur, police recovered two bodies including that
of a woman from various police station areas in Vaishali district today.
Police recovered the body of a woman from Naya Tola diara (riverine belt) in
Jorawanpur police station area. The deceased could not be identified immediately.
Sources said prima facie it appeared that outlaws killed the woman with a sharp
edged weapon.
On the other hand, police recovered the body of a 40 year old person near a
railway bridge at Daulatpur village under Sadar police station area. The bodies
had been sent for autopsy.
According to a report from Bhagalpur, two bodies were recovered from separate
places in the district late last night.
Police said here that the body of a teacher was recovered from his under
construction house in a suspicious condition at Jichho village under Lodipur
police station area.
Sources said the deceased was identified as Ravi Kumar Mallik, a native of
Madhopur village under Tarapur police station area in Munger district. A knot was
tied around the neck of deceased. The teacher had came around noon yesterday
to check the progress of construction work of his house.
Similarly, police recovered the body of a person from a ditch at Motichak village
under Sultanganj police station area. The deceased could not be identified
immediately.
The bodies had been sent to Bhagalpur Medical College and Hospital for
autopsy. Further investigation was on.
UNI DH BM
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