RIP Raju Srivastava: Why will Raju Srivastava's post-mortem happen? This reason came
Raju Srivastava died on Wednesday in a hospital in Delhi. He was 58 years old and was hospitalized for more than 41 days. Raju joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in 2014 after being a part of the Samajwadi Party for some time. It is being told that the body of Raju Srivastava has been taken to AIIMS mortuary and postmortem will also be done.
Reason for postmortem: When Raju Srivastava fell on the treadmill 41 days ago. After that his body became unconscious and he was not able to answer. In the last 41 days, Raju Srivastava did not regain consciousness even once. That is why whenever a person is admitted to the hospital unconsciously and he dies during treatment in the hospital, then in such a situation post-mortem is done, after which the report is prepared.
At present, the body of Raju Srivastava has been taken to the mortuary. The post-mortem will be done and after that the body will be sent to his brother's house by ambulance. Where the last darshan will take place and the last rites will be performed on Thursday morning.
He suffered a heart attack on August 10 while exercising in a hotel in Delhi. He was then admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), where he underwent 'angioplasty'. Since then he was on ventilator and did not regain consciousness. In Mumbai, his brother Deepu Srivastava told that I was informed about his death by phone in the morning. This is very sad news. He was hospitalized for more than 40 days.
According to official sources in the hospital, Raju Srivastava was declared dead at around 10.20 am. Raju Srivastava is survived by his wife and two children. He was also the President of Uttar Pradesh Film Development Council.
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