Sunanda Pushkar died of ‘Alprax’ overdozing- AIIMS medical board
The board which gave its opinion on FBI’s report on her visceral samples claimed that there was presence of ‘Alprax’ in her stomach.
“… The circumstantial recovery of empty Alprax tablets (27 tablets) and report of FBI, which shows that presence of Alprax in stomach and its contents, spleen, liver, half of each kidney, blood sample, as well as urine wet clothing, bed cover and bed sheet, confirmed the death due to ‘excessive ingestion of tablet alprazolam’,” reports the Indian Express by stating the medical report.
In an opinion communicated to Delhi Police, the medical board said that FBI confirmed the presence of ‘Lidocaine’ in Sunanda’s body. The medical board also did not ruled out the possibility of any injectable poison as there is a presence of injection mark on her body, reports THE HINDU .
According to Tehelka , The medical board seeks further investigation by Special Investigation Team (SIT) to find out if any person in access of ‘insulin or hypoglemic ‘agent was present at the hotel on her death date.
Sunanda Pushkar, 52 years old, was found suspiciously dead at a suite room in posh South Delhi’s Leela Palace hotel on January 17, 2014.