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Police review CCTV footage of GMSH-16

Three days after the mysterious death of 32-year-old computer teacher Monika Goyal,the Chandigarh Police have scrutinised the CCTV camera footage of the Government Multi-Speciality Hospital,sector 16 (GMSH-16) to clarify the claim made by an unidentified hospital attendant that Monika had been brought to the hospital at 6 am on the day she committed suicide.

Three days after the mysterious death of 32-year-old computer teacher Monika Goyal,the Chandigarh Police have scrutinised the CCTV camera footage of the Government Multi-Speciality Hospital,sector 16 (GMSH-16) to clarify the claim made by an unidentified hospital attendant that Monika had been brought to the hospital at 6 am on the day she committed suicide.

Monika’s brother Amit Jindal told Newsline: “When we were standing outsideGovernment Multi-Speciality Hospital,sector 16 mortuary waiting for Monika’s post mortem to finish,someone from the crowd claimed that he had seen Monika brought to the hospital at 6 am in a swift car. I immediately informed the investigating officer.”

As per Amit,the unknown person had said that he had seen Monika at the hospital at 6 am but was not admitted,two hours later the same girl was brought in an ambulance and was declared dead on arrival.

Police want son’s statement

Police officials are now stressing on getting the statement of Monika’s seven-year-old son Krish,But Monika’s family have so far denied them permission. A police official said: “We have to take every possible angle into consideration for a fair investigation”.

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However,Monika’s elder sister said that Krish was in a right state of mind: “He says different things whenever we ask him why he cried in school and what he had told his teacher.”

Amit Jindal added,“They want us to take Krish to the crime scene,but we do not want to put him through such mental pressure”.