10-year-old Bengaluru girl died of dengue: Autopsy report

DECCAN CHRONICLE | BELLIE THOMAS
Published Jun 14, 2015, 8:15 am IST
Updated Mar 28, 2019, 9:26 pm IST
Earlier the doctors had reportedly found that she was bleeding from her private parts
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Bengaluru: Though the post-mortem report of the 10-year-old girl, who died under mysterious circumstances, has stated that she died of dengue fever, the police are continuing with their investigations. Earlier the doctors had reportedly found that she was bleeding from her private parts.

While hospital sources claimed that the post-mortem report, conducted by the doctors at the Forensic Department in Ramaiah Medical College, was submitted to the police on Saturday (June 13), the city police have revealed that the report was submitted on June 11.

 

“Since there is lot of speculation regarding the death of this girl, the case has now been referred to the Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Central Division Shobha Rani, from the Sanjay Nagar police, which had initially taken up a case of unnatural death on June 6,” said a senior police officer.

The city police on Saturday also said that the 28-year-old mother and the complainant had alleged that her daughter was sick and undergoing treatment at M.S. Ramaiah Hospital, where she died on June 6.

The police, however, were not forthcoming about why they had recorded statements of four men, including an Assam minister’s son, in this case at Sanjay Nagar police station. Sources claimed it was ACP J.C. Nagar who had recorded the statements.

 

On June 6 the doctors, including a gynaecologist and a pediatrician at M.S. Ramaiah Hospital, who had examined the victim had intimated the police after they discovered bleeding from her private parts. Interestingly police are now tightlipped about the discoveries made by doctors.

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Location: Karnataka




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