Former Manipur Minister's son falls to death from restaurant terrace: Police

The young man who allegedly fell from the second-floor terrace of a restaurant is the son of former Education and Home Minister of Manipur, Okendro R.

Published: 13th August 2017 07:53 PM  |   Last Updated: 14th August 2017 01:09 AM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

NEW DELHI: In a tragic incident, 19-year-old Sidharth, son of former Manipur Home and Education Minister Moirangthem Okendro, succumbed to his injuries after falling from the second floor of a restaurant in Delhi.

According to the police, the incident occurred in the early hours of Sunday morning at the posh market Hauz Khas Village of Delhi.

A call was made to the nearest police station by the restaurant officials, till the time police reached the spot the deceased was moved to a hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

As per reports, the deceased fell from the second floor of the Match Box restaurant a case under section 304 of the IPC (culpable homicide) has been registered and is under investigation.  

“During preliminary investigation some items like purse, phone and eye glasses were found from the spot. Although no eye witness has come forward till now, the family member of the deceased suspected of foul play and a case has been registered for further investigation” said  Additional DCP South Chinmay Biswal.

The youth who died under mysterious circumstances had gone to the restaurant alone and had ordered some drinks for himself and took a seat at the terrace.

His driver had dropped him and returned home.

Resturant officials were alerted when someone found him lying in a pool of blood, informed sources.

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