Vyapam scam: Dissection of the term death Namrata Domar "deadly"
MBBS student Namrata Damor, whose body was found near the railroad tracks in the area of Ujjain in 2012 year after her name appeared in scam Vyapam, died in "lethal" death by violent "asphyxia as a result of strangulation," says her posthumous report.
The report further States that trauma nails were found on her face. An autopsy was conducted at the District Hospital in UddÅ¾ajne.
The results were suggestive of death as "deadly", according to an autopsy report released January 9, 2012 year.
As Madhya Pradesh police decided to reopen the case of her death, doctors who conducted the autopsy said that they never mentioned in his report that it was a case of suicide.
Earlier police reported murder case in this regard, and later described the incident as an "accident" and closed the case, police said.
The autopsy report was signed by Dr. BB Purohit (forensic medicine), Dr. OP Gupta (medical officer) and Dr. Anita Joshi (gynecologist).
The doctor told PTI that Purohit "doctors ' Panel, which conducted the autopsy never mentioned in their brief report PM as well as a detailed report PT, that this was a case of suicide."
"We also found a nail injury in three places on my face," he said.
When the body was brought for autopsy at the time, it was unknown, said Dr. Purohit.
The report also recommended for "gistopatologiÄeskimi examination to exclude any sex before death."