Hansi: Under suspicious circumstances, a car caught fire near the railway station in Garhi village in the afternoon, causing the driver of the car to die from burns. After receiving the information, police and fire brigade reached the spot and extinguished the fire in the car. But by then the driver in the car had already been burned to ashes and only his skeleton was visible on the seat. The deceased, who was burnt in the vehicle, has been identified as JBT teacher Sundar Singh, a resident of Garhi. Police removed the burnt body from the car and sent it to the civil hospital for post-mortem.
According to the information, the late Sundar Singh worked as a JBT teacher at Durjanpur Village School in Bawanikheda and returned from Durjanpur to his Garhi village in his Creta car after school days. As soon as his vehicle reached Mahindra Road from Badsi, the vehicle suddenly caught fire. The cause of the fire in the vehicle is said to have been a cable breakdown in the vehicle, which meant that he could not open his window and died as a result of burns in the vehicle. On the other hand, Rampal, younger brother of the deceased, accused Master Sundar Singh of killing him. He narrated that his brother Sundar Singh had a money transaction with the youths of Rampura village and they killed his brother, put his body in the car and set it on fire. He called on the police to investigate the matter thoroughly. After receiving the information, the forensic team reached the spot and collected evidence. The forensic team recovered Master Sunder Singh’s burnt mobile phone from inside the vehicle. On the other hand, at the time of the accident, the vehicle’s handbrake was on and the driver’s seat was also further back, making the situation suspicious. The police are investigating the matter.
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