Her case has return concentrate after the sudden demise of TV columnist Akshay Singh who had talked with her dad.
The posthumous report of MBBS understudy Namrata Damor, whose body was found close rail tracks in Ujjain locale in 2012 after her name figured in the Vyapam trick, said she had kicked the bucket of “rough asphyxia as an aftereffect of covering” and nail wounds were found all over.
Prior, police had enrolled a “homicide” case in such manner and later termed the episode as a “mishap” and shut the case, a police authority said.
As Madhya Pradesh Police chose to revive the instance of her passing, the specialists who directed the posthumous said they never specified in their report that it was an instance of suicide.
The after death report was marked by Dr. B.B. Purohit (Forensic Medicine), Dr. O.P. Gupta (Medical Officer) and Dr Anita Joshi (Gynecologist).
Dr. Purohit told PTI that “the board of specialists that directed the posthumous has never specified in their short PM report and also the itemized PM report that it was an instance of suicide.”
“We likewise discovered nail wounds at three spots all over,” he said.
The post-mortem examination was led at locale healing center in Ujjain.
Namrata’s case has return concentrate after the sudden demise of TV writer Akshay Singh who had talked with her dad.