Man from J-K found dead on railway track in Faridabad
NEW DELHI: A man hailing from Kargil who went missing after he left his 10-year-old son at the main gate of a hospital in Gurgaon to fetch an auto rickshaw on December 16, has been found dead at railway track in old Faridabad.
After exhaustive search by Jammu and Kashmir Police in the national capital and adjoining Faridabad and Gurgaon, Faridabad police claimed to have recovered a body from railway track in the old city on December 19.
Faridabad police buried the body on December 21 as it was unidentified.
However, today the brother of the deceased identified him as Abdul Rahman, who had arrived in the national capital with his son Juma Khan on December 5 for treatment of his son.
The father-son duo checked in the hospital on December 5 for a cardiac surgery which was sponsored by Salman Khan’s Being Human NGO and Fortis Memorial Research Institute.
On December 16, the son was discharged and the father told his son to wait at the main gate and he would get an auto rickshaw to go to the hotel.
However, the father did not return and Gurgaon police registered a case of abandoning of child.