Man who excavated skeletal remains of Santosh Pol’s victims dies
mumbai Updated: Aug 23, 2016 15:30 IST
Subhash Vitthal Chakke, a member of the team, which excavated skeletal remains from Santosh Pol’s poultry farm at Dhom village in Wai, Satara district last week, died after he suffered a cardiac arrest on Monday.
Forty-four year old Sabhash Chakke was one of the conservancy staff, who helped police locate and excavate bodies and remains of six victims of Pol.
Chakke was feeling uneasy the day after four skeletal remains were excavated. He was taken to a private hospital by family members and then proceeded to take leave on health grounds.
Chakke was admitted to a private hospital in Wai on Sunday after he complained of uneasiness. He died due to a cardiac arrest on Monday. Chakke’s family members said he was shocked and under stress after recovering four bodies from Pol’s poultry farm.
A five member team of Wai Municipal Council helped police in recovering skeletal remains Pol’s six victims. Chakke’s son has been offered job in municipal council.