Panaji, Mar 5: Goa Chief Minister Digamber Kamat has urged Home Minister Ravi Naik and Director General of Police (DGP) B S Brar to submit a detailed report pertaining to the investigation on the death of a British teenager Scarlett Keeling, recently at Anjuna beach in North Goa.
Speaking to reporters here today, Mr Kamat said he had assured the victim's mother that he would look into the matter and that he had conceded to her demand for a second post-mortem examination.
This was to allay her apprehension against the police investigation. She had refused to take the body back home till the second autopsy was conducted.
Meanwhile, he also denied the suggestion that Goa had become unsafe for domestic and foreign tourists, but adviced the tourists to follow strict rules for safety, particularly at beaches.