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Shillong: Body of BSF jawan recovered

Shillong: Body of BSF jawan recovered

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 03 Jul 2019, 04:42 pm

Shillong, July 3 (UNI) The body of a Border Security Force jawan Dharamveer Singh, who was drowned on Sunday in the fast current of the Ganol river in Meghalaya’s West Garo Hills district was finally recovered on Wednesday, police said.

Singh (32) had gone along with friends for a picnic at Pelga Dare and swept away with the strong flow of the Ganol river.

A search team comprising of the police, BSF personnel as well as SDRF launched a massive hunt for Singh but were unable to spot his body until this morning when they sighted the body, police said.

"The jawan’s body was found this morning about 2 kms from where he fell into the river. All necessary formalities have been performed before the body was handed over to the BSF,” police said. 

Shillong: Body of BSF jawan recovered

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