25-year-old gym trainer found hanging in Baramulla



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25 year old Azim Nazir

Srinagar: A 25-year-old Boniyar youth missing since December 14 was found hanging in Baramulla this evening.

According to police statement Azim Nazir Khan son of Nazir Ahmed Khan resident of Arubua Boniyar was missing since 14 December from his work place at Azad Gung Baramulla where he was a Gym trainer at Hulk Gym centre.

The statement said that on next day of his missing his family registered missing report and after that search was set for missing 25 year old. “This evening the dead body was found  hanging from ceiling in a building in Azad Gung Baramull,.” the statement read.

A senior police official while speaking to The Kashmir Walla said that a case of murder “under FIR No 207/2018 under section 302 RPC was registered in Police Station Baramulla and further investigation has been taken up.”

“We have started the investigation and there will be a breakthrough in the case soon,” he added.

The dead body of the victim has been taken for postmortem police statement further reads.


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