Mystery of PGI staff nurse' death remains unsolved, police clueless about accused astrologer
'I am busy taking care of my children and cannot make regular visits to the police station to know what they have done to arrest the accused," said Kawanl Kishor, husband of the 32-year-old staff nurse Meena, who had reportedly committed suicide during her duty in the emergency ward of the PIGMS Rohtak on March 24.punjab Updated: Mar 28, 2015 20:19 IST
'I am busy taking care of my children and cannot make regular visits to the police station to know what they have done to arrest the accused," said Kawanl Kishor, husband of the 32-year-old staff nurse Meena, who had reportedly committed suicide during her duty in the emergency ward of the PIGMS Rohtak on March 24.
"Though, she has categorically mentioned the address of the office a local astrologer in the suicide note, accusing him and his son, we still don't know why the police has not arrested them," asked Kishor, who is now living with his parents in Julana along with his two daughters and one son.
Kishor is all the more befuddled because the suicide note mentions that Meena loved him and he had nothing to do with her decision to commit suicide.
"After repeated requests, the police allowed me to read the suicide note, in which she wrote that she loves her husband and he has nothing to do with her suicide, but her sudden death keeps me disturbed as I wonder what that person (astrologer) had done to her making her end her life without thinking about me, and her children," Kishore said.
However, the police officers, who had earlier assured cooperation to nab the culprits, are still clueless about their whereabouts.
"We have served notice to the family members of the accused for cooperation in the investigation, but they are still at large," said DSP Rohtak Amit Bhatia.
Similarly, PGIMS police station incharge Kuldeep Singh said, "The investigation is still going on, but the accused are absconding." Rohtak SP Shashank Anand could not be contacted even after repeated attempts.
The mystery of the suicide will continues until the police arrest the accused astrologer and the forensic lab submits its report. Also, some staff members of the PGIMS are also of the view that the crime scene was tampered soon after the news of her death.
Talking to HT, Dr SK Dhattarwal, head of department of forensic and medicine said, "We have taken the required samples and the report will be out soon," adding that they had also sought the actual report about the crime scene and other required things from the spot.