A Bangladesh national has allegedly been murdered in a farm in Gua Musang town of Malaysia, reports Gua Musang-based bernama.com.
The Malaysian media outlet did not mentioned the name of the Bangladeshi but quoting police it said the man, aged around
20, was found dead with a neck wound on Tuesday.
It added that the vegetable farm owner found the body when he went to the farm this morning before lodging a report at the police.
“A forensic team has conducted an examination on the victim's body and the wound but did not find any sharp weapons near the dead man,” said district police chief Supt Mohd Taufik Maidin in a statement on evening.
The police also told the media that the body was sent to Gua Musang Hospital (HGM) for post-mortem and the case is investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code.