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    Corpse left on police roof for two years

    From correspondents in New Dehli, India
    Agence France-Presse

    October 28, 2009 08:56pm

    THE corpse of a man has been found on the roof of a police station in northern India where it was placed over two years ago during an inquiry, a report said today.

    The body of Chukkan Nishad, a 22-year-old who went missing in July 2007, was meant to be sent for DNA testing but was instead put in a body bag and placed on the roof, the Mail Today newspaper said.

    The newspaper, citing Nishad's father and local officials, said the family kept requesting the body at the police station but were repeatedly told there was an investigation underway.

    "I admit it is a horrible case, possibly the first of its kind,'' said Ram Sabad Ram, the new station master in Azamgarh in northern Uttar Pradesh state.

    "I joined here only recently and didn't know that the corpse was kept on the roof.''

    The Mail said the body was placed there after local authorities refused to release the funds for the DNA test on Nishad, whose death remains a mystery.

    Mr Ram said police were now completing the formalities to return Mishad's remains -- no more than bones after two years exposed to the elements - to his family.

    Nishad's father was led to the rooftop three days ago by a "sympathetic constable'', the paper said.
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    DNA testing? Family kept requesting his release? Remains stored on the roof? What am I missing? None of this makes any sense.

    And if his death was a mystery, why no autopsy?
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    • #3
      Come on. It's India. The smell of a dead body on the roof is not much worse than the usual odors over there.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by KapsFB View Post
        Come on. It's India. The smell of a dead body on the roof is not much worse than the unusual odors over there.
        That's probably why it took two years to notice!
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        • #5
          Holy crap! But that's what I was thinking too....Im sure the odor of the body meshed with other odors in the air........
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          • #6
            oops, I mean how does something like this happen?

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            • #7
              "Hey guys.......where will a body stay fresh till Spring, I know, the roof...

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              • #8
                it's not like you left something small on the roof like a pack of gum, it was a body...how the heck do you forget that...musta been one hell of a curry sale
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by RoadKingTrooper View Post
                  DNA testing? Family kept requesting his release? Remains stored on the roof? What am I missing? None of this makes any sense.

                  And if his death was a mystery, why no autopsy?
                  I agree with RkT... The information presented doesn't add up. I smell a fink.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by 99 Fenix View Post
                    it's not like you left something small on the roof like a pack of gum, it was a body...how the heck do you forget that...musta been one hell of a curry sale
                    Its not like the guy was banging on the door to come back down.
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                    • #11
                      LOL yea i agree, trust me i do. i just feel like a body would be something you wouldnt forget AS easy, ya know?
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                      • #12
                        Did no one go up on the roof for two years or something? Personally, that would be the first question I had if I went up to the roof and saw a body there. "Ummmm, does anyone know why we have a dead body on our roof?"
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                        • #13
                          He has already moved on and been reincarnated, so what's the big stink?
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                          • #14
                            It's India, I am not at all surprised.
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                            • #15
                              This doesn't really surprize me.

                              I was over there about 2yrs ago, and there was a dead body on the sidewalk about 2 blocks from the hotel. Went there the next day in the mid-afternoon, and the body was still there!

                              Seemed odd to me, but nobody else really seemed to notice or care, so I just went about my business. But geez.

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