MP CM gives in to scribe’s family demand for viscera test at AIIMS
The viscera sample of television reporter Akshay Singh, who died in Madhya Pradesh under mysterious circumstances while on a trail of Vyapam scam, will be examined at Delhi’s AIIMS.
Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Sunday agreed to the demand of scribe’s family that the test of his viscera <g data-gr-id="19">be</g> conducted outside the state.
<g data-gr-id="23">Pakshi</g> Singh, <g data-gr-id="18">sister</g> of Akshay Singh, had demanded that his viscera should be examined preferable at AIIMS in Delhi for a fair investigation.
She had written a letter to MP chief minister, requesting him that her brother’s viscera preferably be sent to AIIMS in Delhi for examination. “As you know he (Akshay Singh) died under mysterious circumstances on July 4. I request you to get his viscera examined outside Madhya Pradesh, preferably at AIIMS in Delhi, for free and fair investigation. Please allow it.”
The incident took place at Megh Nagar near Jhabua in MP on Saturday. Akshay Singh (38), who worked for Aaj Tak, had called on the parents of Namrata <g data-gr-id="25">Damor</g>, whose body had been found under mysterious circumstances near railway tracks in Ujjain, after her name figured in the Vyapam scandal.