On Thursday, Goa police arrested the duo in connection with their “murder” after the autopsy report said there were “multiple blunt force injuries” on their body. The police registered the case under Article 302 (murder) of the ICC against the two.
Doctors had declared at first sight that she had died of a heart attack. However, the post-mortem report mentioned that there were “multiple blunt wounds” on his body.
“Cause of death due to the best of my knowledge and belief is reserved pending chemical analysis. Histopathological and serological reports of preserved tissues,” the report states. “However, there are several blunt force injuries to the body. Given the above, it is up to the investigator to determine the nature of the death,” he added.
Meanwhile, the name of Haryana MLA Gopal Kanda has also surfaced in the case of Phogat’s death. Asked about this, Rinku Dhaka, brother of Phogat dismissed the reports. “No, there is nothing like that,” he told reporters on Friday.
Dhaka had earlier alleged that shortly before his death, Phogat had spoken to his relatives. She seemed disturbed during the conversation and complained about her two colleagues, he claimed.
The actor’s mortal remains are being taken to his residence in Hisar and his last rites will be performed today.