A decomposed body supposed to be belonging to a man aged around 30 years was recovered from the parking area of Hosur Chennai Silks.
During the past week, Hosur received heavy rainfall in which one side of the compound wall in the parking area belonging to Chennai Silks has fallen down.
As it continued to rain, the Chennai Silks management left the fallen compound wall as such and only from yesterday reconstruction work was started.
Today morning, while construction workers started to remove the debris for reconstructing the compound wall, they felt a very bad odour from the area.
When they removed the stones and mud, they found a dead body. Workers alerted the management who in turn alerted SIPCOT Police.
According to Chennai Silks, the dead body does not belong to their staffs or workers as every one is counted and are safe.
According to the construction workers, they are safe and the body does not belong to anyone known to them.
SIPCOT Kaaval have filed a case and investigating to identify the dead. Police are looking at the angle of someone drunk slept near the compound wall getting crushed or someone have murdered and buried the body here using the raining season or someone committing suicide.
Postmortem report is awaited, only which can answer the question. According to initial findings, the man might have died 4 days before.
Update on 11.10.2017 6.00 AM
Preliminary investigation revealed that the deceased was P Manohar, 27, of Tiruvannamalai district. He was living in Arasanaty area near the shop and working for an industry. Its not yet known, why he went near the compound wall.