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Suraj Kumar Dubey (26), a Navy cellar posted on the INS pioneer, was going to Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu on duty after the end of the holiday.  - Dainik Bhaskar

Suraj Kumar Dubey (26), a Navy cellar posted on the INS pioneer, was going to Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu on duty after the end of the holiday.

Suraj Kumar Dubey (27), a Navy officer from Daltonganj, Jharkhand, was burnt alive by some unknown people in Palghar, Maharashtra on Friday. After battling for life and death for nearly 24 hours, Suraj finally died in a hospital in Mumbai on Saturday.

Late night, Suraj's father arrived in a Mumbai flight from Jharkhand.

Late night, Suraj’s father arrived in a Mumbai flight from Jharkhand.

Father pleads for justice
Mithilesh Dubey, a resident of Kolhua in Eastua, Medininagar Chainpur police station area of ​​Jharkhand, said after the death of his son Sooraj Dubey, “I want justice for my son. I have come to know through the media that Suraj had done one before dying The statement said that he was kidnapped for ransom and brought to Palghar and burnt. I want the matter investigated and strict action taken against the convict. “

Being the youngest son of the family, Suraj was loved by all.

Being the youngest son of the family, Suraj was loved by all.

Suraj had got engaged, marriage was going to happen soon

Suraj was the youngest son of a farmer father among three siblings. He was very talented since childhood. His death has engulfed the entire village including the family members. The father told that Suraj Kumar Dubey’s marriage was fixed. He was also engaged. The next time he came, he was to be married. Being the youngest son of the family, Suraj was loved by all and the whole family started preparing for the wedding with pomp.

According to the Navy, the sun had burned more than 90 percent.

According to the Navy, the sun had burned more than 90 percent.

90 percent sun was burnt
The statement issued by the Navy said, “Suraj Kumar Dubey (26), a Navy cellar posted on INS pioneer, was going to Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu on duty after the end of leave. The sun was missing since the night of 30 January. Six days later, on February 5, he was found in a dilapidated condition in Palghar forest in Mumbai. Suraj, who has burnt 90 percent, somehow revealed his identity to the police. Gave the phone number of the family members to the police. He was brought to the INHS Ashwini in burn condition, where he succumbed during treatment.

Mumbai Police has got admission in Navy Hospital

The Mumbai Police gave information to the Navy and Suraj’s family by calling. Navy officials went to the Navy hospital to take Suraj from the district hospital for better treatment. Where he died during treatment at one o’clock on Saturday night.

The last time Suraj made a call from Hyderabad
An FIR was lodged at Chanpur police station after Suraj’s disappearance, when Suraj left the house to return to Coimbatore duty on the morning of January 30, when the holiday was over. He was required to submit his reporting at the Coimbatore unit. After going by bus to Ranchi, I went by flight from Ranchi to Hyderabad at 4:15 pm. There was a flight from Hyderabad to Chennai. Then from Chennai to Coimbatore had to go by train. On reaching Hyderabad, Suraj had a last talk with his family at about seven o’clock.

Sooraj was last seen by the police in this manner.

Sooraj was last seen by the police in this manner.

Suraj’s phone was stopped after calling
After this, the mobile switch of Suraj was turned off. When the next day did not contact the sun in any way, then the family members were upset. His research was started.

Was held hostage in chennai for three days
According to Palghar SP Dattatraya Shinde, Suraj was abducted by miscreants in a car near the Chennai airport on the strength of a revolver. For three days, he was held hostage at an undisclosed location in Chennai. The miscreants asked for a ransom of Rs 10 lakh, but when no money was received, Suraj was taken to the forest located in the Waveji area of ​​Dahanu Talasri in Palghar and sprinkled petrol and set it on fire.

Case filed against three unknown people
Dattatraya Shinde said, ‘When a local resident came to notice the completely scorched sun, he informed the police. Suraj was admitted to the hospital, where he informed the police about his abduction. The doctors referred him to Mumbai, where Suraj Kumar died on Saturday during treatment. Police has registered a case against three unidentified persons in this case.

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