The parents of a 26-year-old AIIMS student, who was found dead under mysterious circumstances in his Delhi flat two months ago, has sought a CBI probe into his death.
The autopsy conducted by the Department of Forensic Medicine of AIIMS has ruled out suicide by Saravanan Ganeshan, who was found dead in his rented flat on July 10, his father Ganeshan told reporters at nearby Tirupur, the victim's hometown.
Police had claimed that my son had committed suicide by self injecting some poisonous fluid but in view of the Department of Forensic Medicine's report, the Centre should immediately order a CBI probe into the entire episode, he said.
Saravanan Ganeshan (26), who was doing his MD degree at AIIMS, was found dead under mysterious circumstances in his rented flat at Hauz Khas in South Delhi.
He had taken admission for his MD degree at AIIMS 10 days
before his death.
Delhi police had stated that Saravanan had taken some injection, suspected to be potassium chloride, which is used as a medicine as well as for causing cardiac arrest.
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