Uri shuts against gym trainer’s “killing”


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A complete shutdown Wednesday is being observed in Boniyar and Chandanwari areas of Uri in north Kashmir  against the “murder” of a 25-year-old boy from Uranbowa Uri.

As per reports residents from Boniyar, Uranbowa and Chandanwari have blocked the Srinagar-Muzafrabad high way at Uranbowa Uri,  and are demanding justice for the victim’s family.

On Tuesday a 25-year-old Boniyar youth who had been  missing since December 14 was found hanging in Baramulla

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.

A senior police official while speaking to The Kashmir Walla had 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.

Police in a statement had said circumstantial evidence and injury marks on the body of the deceased suggested this prima facia as a case of homicide.

The deceased, a gym trainer by profession was missing from December 14, and his body was found on December 18.

Meanwhile, police have taken the cognizance of the case and investigations in this regard are going on.

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