Traces of insecticide found in Mani’s body

A highly dangerous insecticide has been found in the viscera samples of Malayalam actor Kalabhavan Mani, adding to doubts that his death was unnatural. Traces of the insecticide ‘Chlorpyrifos’ were found in the samples apart from methanol and ethanol, after they were sent to the Regional Chemical Examiner’s Laboratory in Kochi for testing. Chlorpyrifos is normally used to control many different kinds of pests, including termites, mosquitoes, and roundworms. 45-year-old Kalabhavan Mani, known for his award-winning performance , was undergoing treatment for liver and kidney diseases at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS) for some time before his death on March 6. Police had earlier registered a case of unnatural death after AIMS doctors told police that traces of methyl alcohol was found in his blood.

Medaram Jathara

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