Jind: A resident of Tito Khedi village of the sub-division jumped from the track of the Safidon-Panipat railway line into the Butana branch canal. The woman died in this incident. The woman was identified as Titokhedi, a resident of Rani. The woman’s scarf and tassel were recovered from the canal track. As soon as the incident came to light, the family and villagers reached the spot. The matter was reported to the police. After receiving the information, Ishwar Singh, in-charge of city police station, reached the spot and collected information from the villagers and family members. The woman’s body was found in a canal near the Urlana outpost. The police took possession of the body and began an investigation.
The reason for the woman jumping into the canal is said to have been a small argument at home. The woman’s husband Mohan said that the family members had gone for field work and his wife Rani was at home. On Friday morning, she suddenly left the house without telling anyone and, after reaching the Safidon-Panipat railway line, jumped into the water-filled Butana branch canal. Someone nearby saw him doing this and informed the family members about it. They reached the spot along with the villagers, but there was no sign of him there. The matter was reported to the Safidon police. After receiving the information, city police station in-charge Ishwar Singh reached the spot along with the police and collected all the information from the family members. Thereafter, after consultation with the officials of the canal authority, the water level in the canal was reduced. The villagers set out to find the queen by laying a rope across the canal and forming a human chain. After much efforts, the queen’s body was found near Urlana Chowki (Panipat) village in the evening. After the body was removed from the canal, it was identified by the family members. The family members were unwell and crying over the woman’s death. The woman left behind two small children. The police are investigating the matter.
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