BODY YET TO REACH IN­DIA EVEN AF­TER 12 DAYS

Deccan Chronicle - - City - DC COR­RE­SPON­DENT

Twelve days af­ter the sui­cide of Naini Naveen in Dubai, his body is yet to reach his home town in Nizam­abad. Fam­ily mem­bers of the de­ceased re­quested the Te­lan­gana state govern­ment to bring his body back to In­dia.

Speak­ing to this news­pa­per, Naveen’s mother N. Ana­suya said, “My son called me the day he com­mit­ted sui­cide say­ing the com­pany he was work­ing for had not paid him for two years. When he asked for his salary, the man­ager al­legedly threat­ened that he would not pay the salary at all.”

The vic­tim’s brother, Gan­gad­har, who tried find­ing Naveen’s body in Dubai said, “Af­ter go­ing to dif­fer­ent po­lice sta­tions, I fi­nally found his body in Sharaj Cen­tral Prison. The po­lice did not even let me have a glimpse of the body. When asked when they would hand it over, of­fi­cials said it would take an­other three to four days and that they would hand over the body only af­ter the com­ple­tion of an in­quiry.”

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