Odisha Minister Died Of “Cardiogenic Shock” After Being Shot: Autopsy
The post-mortem report of Health Minister Naba Kishore Das indicated that he died from “cardiogenic shock” after being shot, according to Odisha police on Wednesday. The gunman, fired additional sub-inspector Gopal Das, was placed in police custody for four days, and the state CID is questioning him at this time.
According to the report, the police will now arrange for forensic psychologists from New Delhi’s Central Forensic Science Laboratory to evaluate the accused.
The Odisha police said in a statement, “The post-mortem report suggests that the death was caused due to cardiogenic shock as a result of firearm injuries and is homicidal in nature”.
The 60-year-old minister was allegedly shot at by the ASI on January 29 while he was attending an official event in his hometown district of Jharsuguda’s Gandhi Chowk, Brajrajnagar. Later on in the day, the minister passed away from bullet wounds at a Bhubaneswar private hospital.
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