Engineer found dead in back seat of his Bolero

IMPHAL, September 26: An Executive Engineer of the Technical and Promotional (TP) Cell, Co-operative department, was found dead inside his vehicle in mysterious circumstances this morning at Bishnupur district.

The victim has been identified as Okram Joykumar Singh, (55), son of (L) O Irabot of Singjamei Thongam Leikai.

Morning joggers found the vehicle (Bolero) half submerged in a drain at Ngaikhong Khunou area around three and a half Kilometre north of Bishnupur police station, informed the police.

Police said that the Bolero bearing registration number MN01-0948 belong to the engineer.

The lifeless body of the victim has been deposited at the RIMS mortuary and a post mortem has been conducted.

However, the body was yet to be claimed awaiting the arrival of the deceased's family members till the filing of this report.

Amidst speculations it could have been a ‘road mishap’, the police have not drawn any conclusion regarding the case.

Reliable sources disclosed that the engineer was found at the back seat of the vehicle while the key of the vehicle was found missing, which invalidates the road mishap theory.

Further unfolding an episode prior to the incident, the same source said that the deceased was last seen at the residence of an acquaintance at Bishnupur District, late last night.

Earlier in the evening, the deceased EE was in the company of five of his associates namely one Pradip, RK Loken, Indrakumar, Bijen and Ranjit, with whom he had a drink at his office complex.

Later, the five shifted their activities to Imphal Hotel.

Joykumar and his associates concluded their drinking activities at the Sangaiprou residence of one of the associates namely Ranjit, informed the source.

There, Okram Joykumar under the influence of alcohol used some abusive words following which, Ranjit’s father intervened.

Moments later the group left Ranjit’s place in the Bolero, while Ranjit stayed back.

The sources further informed that Pradip, RK Loken, Indrakumar and Bijen were dropped at Singjamei Chingamakhong by Okram Joykumar.

Later in the night, Okram Jokumar paid a visit to his acquaintance's house at Bishnupur and left the place only to be found dead at the back seat of his Bolero with the key of the vehicle missing.

A team of the Bishnupur Fire Service personnel further searched the area but found nothing that could give any headway to the case.

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