Brother of PDP leader Mohammad Shafi Dar found dead in Srinagar hotel

A 36-year-old man, brother of a ruling PDP leader in Jammu and Kashmir, was found dead

PTI May 18, 2017 16:28:32 IST
Brother of PDP leader Mohammad Shafi Dar found dead in Srinagar hotel

Srinagar: A 36-year-old man, brother of a ruling PDP leader in Jammu and Kashmir, was found dead inside a hotel room in Srinagar, police said.

The deceased has been identified as Reyaz Ahmad Dar, a brother of Mohammad Shafi Dar, who is the Handwara zone president of the ruling PDP, an official said.

The body was recovered under suspicious conditions from a hotel room in Dalgate area of the city, the official said, adding that there was no visible mark on it.

Police said the deceased was living with his brother. A case has been registered and probe is underway, police said.

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