Two dead bodies were collected from two cars during the desilting of the Ganga canal in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday. They were found the bodies in a decayed state. They were identified through reports found on them. Police collected the bodies and started to investigate.
The extent of the road along the deep canal is said to be accident prone zone and deserves many lives every year. The desilting method began on Monday and the cars surfaced after the flow of water was stopped.
The first body has been identified as Dilshad Ansari (32), a taxi driver from the Baghra area of the district. He had been missing since January last. Police sources said his brother had lodged a missing person report.
The second body was found in a car that was spotted in the Sikheda area of the district, around 55 km from the spot where Dilshad’s body was found. The dead was identified as a former insurance company employee Harendra Dutt Atreya (62).
Police said that, from the investigation, he has got the car from his friend and they are investigating any foul play in the case.