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Woman’s decomposed, semi-naked body found in Delhi field

New Delhi, May 24, 2022- The decomposed body of a semi-naked woman was found in a field in Delhi’s Ghitorni area on Tuesday, a police official said.

According to the official, they had received a PCR call regarding the dead body of the woman, appearing to be aged between her mid-20s to mid-30s, lying on vacant farm land near Ghitorni area of southwest Delhi.

A police team reached the spot and found that the body had decomposed and it was in semi-naked state.

“The identity of the deceased woman is yet to be ascertained,” said the official, adding that the body has been shifted to a mortuary for preservation and autopsy and appropriate action is being taken.  (Agency)

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