Mumbai IAS Couple's 18-Year-Old Son Found Dead, Police Investigate

Manmath Mhaiskar, the only child of his parents, was found lying in blood outside the 21-floor Dariya Mahal building on Nepean Sea Road.

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Mumbai IAS Couple's 18-Year-Old Son Found Dead, Police Investigate

Manmath Mhaiskar had left home around 7 am claiming he was going to meet a friend (Representational)

Mumbai: 

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  1. The 18-year-old's body was found today at Mumbai's prominent high-rise
  2. Manmath Mhaiskar was found lying in blood with his head smashed
  3. Police have registered a case of accidental death and are investigating
The 18-year-old son of a bureaucrat couple was found dead this morning at a prominent high-rise in Mumbai. The police of the upscale Malabar Hill in the south of the city have registered a case of accidental death and are investigating.

Manmath Mhaiskar, the only child of his parents, was found lying in blood outside the 21-floor Dariya Mahal building on Nepean Sea Road, his head smashed in. He was taken to the JJ Hospital for a post-mortem.

The teen's parents Manisha Mhaiskar and Milind Mhaiskar are serving Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers. Manisha Mhaiskar is Principal Secretary in Urban Development and her husband Milind Mhaiskar is the CEO of the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority.

Manmath, the police say, had left home around 7 am claiming he was going to meet a friend. He lived with his parents in the Marine Lines area.

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Half an hour after he left, the police received a call from a person who reported "someone lying in front of a high-rise building".

Two friends of Manmath were reportedly questioned today.

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