Rourkela, Oct 21: Police ASI Alisa Narmi Lagun was not murdered by miscreants rather her death was due to agitated delirium, revealed the post-mortem report.
Superintendent of Police Rourkela Mitrabhanu Mohapatra on Saturday said that the death of woman assistant sub-inspector (ASI) Alisa Narmi Lugun was caused by a condition called Excited Delirium orAgitated Delirium or Hyperactive Delirium.
Addressing a press conference Mohapatra said, “The post-mortem report was sent to the AIIMS Bhubaneswar for further analysis. As per the AIIMS, ASI Lugun died due to excited delirium. It happens when a person gets excessively excited. The person experiences an adrenalin rush and subsequent problem in breathing confirmed the forensic experts.”
With this revelation, section 302 will now be lifted up from the charge sheet.
“As per the allegations of her family, we had lodged a murder case and booked two in this connection. However, we will take the investigation according to the medical report,” Mohapatra added.
Worth mentioning that Lugun, who was posted at Udit Nagar police station in Rourkela, died under mysterious circumstances while subsiding a faceoff following an accident site.
According to reports, Lugun had gone to an accident spot when she felt uneasy and was rushed to the hospital. However, doctors declared her dead upon arrival. The sudden death of a hefty and healthy police officer had raised serious questions.
While reports suggest that lady ASI died of a heart attack, family members alleged a bigger conspiracy and suspected her death to be linked with the death of Rourkela Assistant Collector.