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Kharar FSL experts form board to analyse viscera

chandigarh Updated: Aug 20, 2012 23:38 IST

Experts at the forensic science laboratory (FSL) in Kharar, entrusted with the chemical analysis of former additional advocate general of Haryana Anuradha Bali alias Fiza's viscera, have constituted a special board.

The decomposition of the body of Fiza has destroyed most of the organs, thus making it difficult for the forensic experts to ascertain the cause of death.

Fiza, estranged wife of former deputy chief minister Haryana Chander Mohan, was found dead under mysterious circumstances in her house on August 6.

Owing to the decomposition of the body most of the internal organs have destroyed, thus deepening the mystery revolving around Fiza's death.

"The decomposition of the body had destroyed most of the forensic evidence as well as organs. The chemical analysis of the viscera might throw some light on the reasons of death," said SP Surila, chief medical examiner, FSL Kharar.

He added, "Normally, the report of single analyst is sufficient, but as the case is high profile so we are being extra conscious and thus the board has been constituted."

As per experts, the mystery leading to the reasons of death will remain for about another fortnight, the time the viscera report will take.

Sources in the police also reveal that even fingerprint analysis remained inconclusive.
Even the medical report of the pathology department of a Rajindra Government Medical College in Patiala remains "inconclusive" as the "decomposed" heart of Fiza fails to put light on the reasons leading to her death.

In order to establish whether heart attack was the reason for Fiza's death, the police had sent her heart to Patiala for examination. The post-mortem report have ruled out any external injuries on Fiza's decomposed body though the forensic experts point out that Fiza had died on the intervening night of August 1 and 2 between 11 pm to 4 am.