La­bo­rer found dead af­ter he­a­ted quar­rel

Times of Suriname - - ENGELS -

Po­li­ce in B’ Di­vi­si­on are in­ves­ti­ga­ting the cir­cum­stan­ces that led to the de­ath of 24-year-old la­bo­rer Ra­vi Ku­mar Shar­ma, who was dis­co­ver­ed in his yard ear­ly yes­ter­day mor­ning by his mo­ther.

Shar­ma sha­red the ho­me with his 54-year-old mom, De­vi­ka Deo. A 28-year-old fis­her­man and fa­mi­ly friend, with whom Shar­ma had had a he­a­ted ar­gu­ment is in cus­to­dy. Ac­cor­ding to in­for­ma­ti­on gat­he­red, Shar­ma, who was re­por­ted­ly an al­co­ho­lic, on Mon­day night had told his mo­ther to va­ca­te the ho­me that they sha­re. He was al­le­gedly in­toxi­ca­ted at the ti­me when he told her to lea­ve, and she obli­ged. The mo­ther of the dead man told this pu­bli­ca­ti­on that, “eve­ry­ti­me he drink me does sleep so­me­whe­re el­se, and Mon­day he tell meh guh, that he guh mek nuff noi­se and me nah go li­ke da”. She said she left and re­tur­ned Tues­day when she saw her son ly­ing on the ground next to the fen­ce. “When meh co­me meh no­ti­ce meh son lie down deh and me tell am get up and go up­stairs”, Deo sta­ted.

The grie­ving mo­ther said that she went to the back yard and re­tur­ned, and again told Shar­ma to get up, but she sen­sed so­me­thing was amiss af­ter she saw no mo­ve­ment. Upon ma­king a clo­ser check she no­ti­ced blood and star­ted to run and scream for help. Neigh­bors we­re aler­ted by the noi­se, and ranks of the Num­ber 51 sta­ti­on ar­ri­ved prompt­ly on the sce­ne ha­ving been sum­mo­ned. The man’s bo­dy was la­ter whis­ked away to the Skel­d­on Pu­blic Hos­pi­tal Mor­tu­a­ry. Ra­vi Shar­ma would ha­ve ce­le­bra­ted his 25th bir­th­day to­day.


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