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Suspicious death of woman in Chennai’s GH: Postmortem report yet to be released | Chennai News – Times of India

CHENNAI: The postmortem report confirming the cause of the death of a Covid-infected woman in Chennai’s Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital is yet to be released. Postmortem was performed on the decomposed body of the woman, Sunitha, on Wednesday evening.
The woman, who had been missing from Covid ward, was found dead on Tuesday night.
Sunitha, 41, of Kadaperi near East Tambaram, was admitted to Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital (RGGGH) on May 23. Her husband V V Mouli, a faculty member at a private engineering college in Andhra Pradesh, found his wife missing when he went to deliver food to her on May 24. A woman missing was case was registered on the same day.
Sanitary workers found the body on the eighth floor of the tower-III of the hospital on Tuesday. She was found in a sleeping position with her slippers kept under the head like pillow.
Police said the tower-III, which was modified into a corona ward, didn’t have CCTV camera everywhere. Police have registered a case under Section 174 (unnatural death) of the CrPC.


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