Police probing if deceased Lankan gangster was poisoned


Coimbatore, August 9

Police are probing whether or not a lady who had been residing with the deceased Sri Lankan don Agonda Lokka had poisoned him to dying, apparently to avenge the killing of her husband, police sources stated.    

They have been contemplating pursuing this angle following indications within the autopsy report that his finger and toe nails have been bluish in color, indicating poisoning, the sources stated.

Lokka died of cardiac arrest on July three and the physique was taken to Madurai after autopsy and cremated the subsequent day.

Madurai-based lawyer Sivakami Sundari, Dyaneshwaran and a Sri Lankan girl Amani Thanji have been arrested by CB-CID for his or her alleged function in getting Lokka an Aadhaar card within the title of Pradeep Singh by forging the paperwork.

The investigating company, to be able to set up the identification of Lokka, has despatched the viscera to a lab in Chennai for DNA testing.

CB-CID can be making an attempt to determine if some fingerprints lifted from the residence the place Lokka and Thanji stayed matched that of the gangster.

The company had on August eight filed a petition in a neighborhood court docket, in search of seven days custody of these arrested.

The case will come up for listening to earlier than the Chief Judicial Magistrate court docket on Wednesday. PTI

 



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