In just an hour, police trace family of man who died in Paris

  • | Sunday | 3rd December, 2023

NOIDA: Police found the family of a man, who died in France last month, in Indirapuram after the Indian embassy in Paris contacted them. The information would help the embassy complete legal proceedings before transporting the deceaseds remains home.In a letter to police commissioner Laxmi Singh, K G Praveen Kumar, the minister of embassy (consular), has appreciated the efforts of Sector 20 station house officer Dharam Prakash Shukla and Nithari sub-inspector Amit Kumar in helping find the deceaseds family.The embassy approached police on November 23 after it could not locate the family of Jitender Singh (55), who died in Paris in late November. Police then visited a residence in Sector 26, registered as his address. An investigation soon revealed that the house owner had sold the property and moved away nearly 16 years ago.Police then gathered information that helped track down the deceaseds wife and brother in Indirapuram. According to the letter, all this was done within an hour of the embassy approaching the police.The letter said the embassy failed to contact the family for lack of cell numbers or address but needed that information before transporting the remains from Paris to Delhi.I earnestly thank you and your officers for your commitment and dedication in tracing the family of an Indian national in the hour of need. The excellent efforts made by your team would help us to repatriate the mortal remains on an urgent basis to his family, it said.We also published the following articles recentlyMan taken away by police dies, family cries foulA 32-year-old man, Suraj Prakash, died under mysterious circumstances at a police station after complaining of uneasiness. He was brought to the station along with two persons found at the site of a scuffle. Suraj was initially taken to a hospital for a medical examination and later brought to the police station where he started feeling uneasy. He was rushed to the hospital where doctors declared him dead. Surajs family alleges that he was thrashed by the police, leading to his death.Man dies in police custody in Delhis Adarsh Nagar, family alleges died of beating by copsA 32-year-old man named Suraj Prakash died in police custody after a road rage incident in Adarsh Nagar, Delhi. The family alleges that he was beaten by the policemen. The confrontation occurred near the Adarsh Nagar metro station, and the police tried to intervene but were unable to stop the fight. Only three individuals, including Suraj Prakash, were taken to the hospital for examination. Suraj Prakash fell ill at the police station and was pronounced dead at the hospital. The family claims that he was attacked by intoxicated policemen.Canada embassy issues student visas in record timeDespite the strained India-Canada diplomatic ties, students from Gujarat have received expedited student visas for the January intake in Canada. The Canadian embassy issued visas in record time, with most students receiving their visas within two weeks of application. This quick process has alleviated the fears of students and their parents, who were concerned about potential delays due to the diplomatic standoff. Students like Dhruvi Patel, Mittany Gohil, Nisarg Patel, Himanshi Trivedi, and Shloka Joshi have all experienced the efficient visa processing and are now ready to pursue their studies in Canada.

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