New Delhi: Delhi Commissioner of Police BS Bassi on Sunday assured that investigation is on in the case of a northeastern boy who was recently murdered in the capital.
"Full information about the incident has been given to Home Ministry and required investigations are being done. We are in contact with the residents of the north eastern regions. It is an unfortunate incident but we expect that we will soon find the culprit," said Bassi.
Earlier on Wednesday, Zingran Kengoo, 33, a PhD scholar from Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) in Mumbai, belonging to Manipur was found dead, with his throat slit, at his Kotla residence in south Delhi.
According to police officials, Kengoo's body was found lying in a pool of blood by his house owner's brother at around 9.30 p.m. after which he alerted the police.
Officials also informed that a knife was recovered from the victim's room, while his belongings were left untouched.
Kengoo had started living in the national capital about a month back.