Bengaluru: Woman’s Decomposed Body Found In Plastic Drum On Railway Station


The cleaning staff at Yesvantpur railway station alerted the railway cops on noticing the stench from a plastic drum, said an official

Bengaluru: At a Bengaluru train station a woman’s body in decomposing state was discovered inside a plastic drum. According to an official, the housekeeping personnel noticed the drum on Platform 1 of Yesvantpur Railway Station and called the railroad police when they smelled the stink. The drum had a lid and was covered with clothing.

The identity of the woman, who is thought to be in her late 20s, is unknown. Due to its extreme decomposition and the fact that it was discovered, police believe the body to be two to three days old.

The body has been sent for a post-mortem. Forensic experts have inspected the area for clues.

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“The cleaning staff found the decomposed body inside a box on platform number 1. A team of forensic experts is at the railway station. An investigation is on,” said Kusuma Hariprasad, Additional Divisional Railway Manager, Bengaluru Division, South Western Railway.

In order to identify the person who placed the body in the plastic container on the platform, the railway police have opened an investigation and are reviewing CCTV footage.

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