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Maharashtra: Father reaches police station to save son, dies under suspicious circumstances, court orders probe

Pankaj Prasad
Father dies in police station
Father dies in police station

On Friday, the police picked up a 24-year-old youth in a case.

A 63-year-old man died under suspicious circumstances at the police station in Kalyan in Thane district of Maharashtra. The local court has ordered an inquiry into the matter. The incident is of Friday, in which elderly Deepak Bhingardiv was found dead in Kolsewadi police station. 

On Friday, the police picked up a 24-year-old youth in a case. When the police was taking him to the police station, his father Deepak Bhingardiv also reached the police station from behind. He wanted to know in which case the police had taken his son into custody. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone III-Kalyan) Sachin Gunjal said, while the youth's father was arguing with the police, he had a stroke and fell on the spot, after which he was taken to the hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead. Gave. 

Incident captured in CCTV 

This entire incident was captured in CCTV. However, in this case the police station itself informed the CID to investigate the matter. A case of accidental death has been registered in Kolsewadi police station in this regard. In this case, the police station itself informed the CID to investigate the matter. A case of accidental death has been registered in Kolsewadi police station in this regard. In this case, the police station itself informed the CID to investigate the matter. A case of accidental death has been registered in Kolsewadi police station in this regard.

Videography of post mortem 

Panchnama and post mortem of the deceased has been ordered. Along with this, the police station has also issued instructions for the videography of the post-mort. Police officials have said that they will hand over the CCTV footage of the entire case to the investigating agency. 

116 people were arrested 

During this, 116 people have been arrested. A total of 129 cases were registered. Ashok Morale, an additional commissioner of police (crime), said 223 officers and 1,054 constables were deployed in the operation that began late on Friday night. During this, property worth Rs 1,13,070 was seized.