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Geetika's autopsy report rules out foul play

By Anita
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Geetika Sharma
New Delhi, Aug 11: With former Haryana Minister Gopal Kanda still on the run after his alleged role in Geetika Sharma's suicide case, the autopsy report of the former airhostess revealed that there was no foul play in her death. The report says that she died due to hanging.

The report has been handed over to the Delhi police and it has emerged that the suicide might have happened early Sunday.

On Friday, rumours were doing the rounds that Kanda was likely to surrender on Monday. But Kanda's lawyer quickly added that Kanda would move court on Monday and not surrender, as he was not absconding.

Meanwhile, the police are continuing their raids at Kanda's properties in and outside the city. There are reports that Kanda owns a casino in Goa where he used to spend time. With the police managing to nab the HR manager of MDLR group, Aruna Chaddha who has been in constant touch with Kanda, a breakthrough in the case is expected soon.

On Thursday, Kanda's anticipatory bail was rejected by the sessions court. Earlier, Geetika's family members released some photographs featuring Geetika and the former Haryana minister of state, urban local bodies, Gopal Kanda. Her family has so far claimed that Geetika was not just an employee for Kanda, but also shared a personal relationship with him.

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