Death due to train in Jodhpur
In fact, according to the news published in Dainik Bhaskar, 20 days ago on September 17, a young man was killed when a train hit Magrajji's stitch on the railway track in Mandore police station area of Jodhpur. The body was mutilated. He was identified as 35-year-old Prakash son Narayan Singh Rawat of Bilata Badia near Ratanpura in Beawar, Ajmer district, with an Aadhaar card found in the deceased's pocket.
Dead body handed over to relatives on 18 September
The Mandore police informed Prakash's family members and handed over the body after the post-mortem. The family cremated Prakash. Also completed the twelfth ritual. Meanwhile, the village's Kaluram came to Jodhpur on October 1 for some work, and it was met with light. Once he was surprised that the light that was dead is standing in front of him.
Welcome home from Jodhpur
Kaluram immediately gave this information to Prakash's father Narayan Singh and brother Fatehsinh. They reached Jodhpur and brought Prakash home on Friday. On reaching home, he was greeted with flower garlands at the door and sweets were distributed. The family embraced him. Twenty days of the dead man coming back alive became a topic of discussion and crowds flocked to see him.
Mobile does not keep light
Bhai Fatehsinh told that Prakash came to Jodhpur for wages one and a half years ago. He does not even keep a mobile. The last thing he talked to was on Rakshabandhan from someone else's mobile. At that time too, he had disconnected the phone after talking to his mother. Prakash has also got married five years ago, but his wife has been living in the maternal home for a long time due to a domestic dispute.
SI Ramamroshi of Mandore police station said that the face of the deceased was not recognized. Identified as Prakash with the Aadhaar card found with him, but now it was discovered that he was someone else. Attempting to identify him.
Aadhaar card was lost
Prakash told that his Aadhaar card was lost two months ago. Where did he fall and who did he meet? He does not know this. Prakash thought that he would make a second Aadhaar card when he would go home on Diwali, but that incident happened before that. On the other hand, before the Mandore police, the challenge now became that whose person he considered the light and handed over to his family.