According to the doctor, who conducted the autopsy test on Kishenji, said that six bullets have been found from Kishenji's chin, head, chest and other parts of the body.
The report also claimed that gunpowder was found below his left hand which indicates that the Maoist leader had tried to defend himself before succumb to the attacks hurled by security forces.
Kishenji' body has been cremated in his hometown in Andhra Pradesh on Sunday, Nov 27. Meanwhile, landmine found at Midnapore's Goaltore in West Bengal on Sunday.
It has been suspected that Maoists, who vowed to take revenge for the killing of Kishenji, have started anti-police actions in West Bengal.