Bhubaneswar: In a significant development in the Subhashree Mohapatra death case in Odisha capital, the postmortem report has revealed the cause of death of the woman.
As per report, Subhashree died of asphyxiation due to hanging.
Sample will be sent to the State Forensic Science Laboratory here to ascertain whether she had consumed poison before her death or not, sources said.
Notably, Subhashree was found dead inside her house in Shastri Nagar locality of Bhubaneswar on August 30 evening. The incident occurred when nobody was present at the residence.
The woman’s husband was away from home while her son had gone to a nearby place for tuition. Her son, after returning from tuition classes, found her lifeless inside the house.
Mystery has deepened in the case with police detaining a man as she had telephoned him multiple times before her death.
As per the Call Detail Report (CDR), the woman had called a person of Nayagarh district as many as 7 times between 6.30 PM and 6.49 PM on August 30. The final call had lasted for 27 seconds, the report said.
The Kharavela Nagar police have detained the person for questioning in this connection. Cops were trying to ascertain as to what was the conversation between the two during the phone calls.
A case under Section 302 (murder) and 201 (causing disappearance of evidence of offence, or giving false information to screen offender) has been registered while further investigation was underway.