After deceased air hostess’ husband was remanded to 14 days of police custody on Tuesday, Republic TV has now accessed exclusive details of the Post Mortem report in connection with the Anissia Batra death case. The Post Mortem report has revealed that the “cause of death was due to blunt force impact”. However, the autopsy report doesn’t make it clear whether the death was due to suicide or murder.
The report has said the manner of death can be ascertained only after the police produce circumstantial evidence before the Medical authorities and after the completion of police procedures like recreation of the scene, statements of the concerned people in the case etc,.
Earlier in the day, Anissia Batra’s husband Mayank Singhvi was remanded to 14 days of police custody. Singhvi was arrested on Monday night after Anissia’s family alleged that she was facing dowry harassment. The victim's husband, Mayank Singhvi, was arrested under Section 304 B of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
Prior to this, the Delhi Police had filed a case of dowry death in connection with the death case of air hostess Anissia Batra. The incident happened on July 13 in South Delhi's Hauz Khas area. Addressing a press conference in connection with the case, Romil Baniya, DCP South, said that she had an argument with her husband Mayank Singhvi, following which she “committed suicide”.
“The family has requested for the constitution of a doctors’ team, again, for the second autopsy. We will initiate the further investigation, whenever the report of the second autopsy will come,” said Romil Baniya.
The DCP also claimed that “Anissia texted her husband before committing suicide”, adding, “the husband rushed to the terrace after receiving the message but she had jumped off the terrace by then.”
The police had also informed that they have recovered “mobile phones, BMW car and diamond ring, which belonged to the deceased.”
The deceased, Anissia Batra, an air hostess with German airlines had allegedly jumped off the second floor of her house on July 13. She was rushed to Max hospital by her husband Mayank Singhvi where she was declared brought dead.