Body of Delhi woman found floating in Nashik dam

  • | Monday | 2nd October, 2023

Nashik: A 28-year-old woman from Moonga Nagar, in Delhi, was found dead in the waters of the Gangapur dam in Nashik on Friday.The deceased woman has been identified as Aditi Rathod. The police said her body was found floating in the dam on Saturday afternoon.According to the police officials, Aditi had come to Nashik with her husband, Harendrasinh Rathod, a few days ago. The couple were staying in a hotel in the Upnagar area of Nashik Road.The couple got married a few months ago and were in Nashik to visit tourist spots.As per the police, on Friday evening, Aditi and Harendrasinh had gone to a restaurant near the Gangapur dam at 6pm. While they were having something to eat, Aditi got up and left the table. Her husband waited for her at the table for some time. However, when she did not return, he started looking for her. When he could not find her near the restaurant, he went back to the hotel they were staying in, hoping that she would eventually return. However, as Aditi did not return, he registered a missing complaint on Friday night.On Saturday, the police found her body floating in the water near Dagle Wasti.The Nashik taluka police have registered a case of accidental death. Further investigation is underway, the police said.We also published the following articles recentlyStock in Gangapur dam complex hits 100% mark, Nashik residents cheerThe Gangapur dam complex in Nashik, India, has reached 100% water stock due to recent heavy rains. This complex provides 80% of the citys water supply. Another dam, Darna dam, is also completely full. The total capacity of the dam complex is 9.35 TMC. The civic administration has requested 6.1 TMC of water for the upcoming water reservation period. Nashik district has received above-average rainfall this year.Patratu dam water level nears danger markThe water level of the Patratu dam in Ramgarh district, India, has risen to 1326 reduced level (RL), nearing the danger mark of 1328 RL due to heavy rain. The administration has issued a flood alert as water levels in the Damodar and Bhairvi rivers have also increased considerably. The dam gates do not need to be opened yet, but the situation is being closely monitored. Other dams in different parts of India, such as the Narmada dam and Ukai dam, are also experiencing rising water levels.

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