Delhi air hostess death case: After 66 hours of police to conduct postmortem of Anisiya again

16 Jul 2018 12:03 PM

Delhi air hostess death case: After 66 hours of police to conduct postmortem of Anisiya again

Updated 16 Jul 2018 12:03 PM

A 39-year-old female flight attendant allegedly committed suicide in Delhi’s Hauz Khas on Friday. Her family alleged that she was harassed for dowry.

An FIR under IPC section 304B has been registered against Mayank and his parents.

Before jumping off the terrace, Anisiya’s husband Mayank Singhvi allegedly told police that she had sent a message to him saying that she would kill herself. Mayank, a software engineer in Gurgaon, told police that they had regular fights as there were "compatibility issues".

Anisiya Batra worked with a German airline.

Delhi air hostess death case: After 66 hours of Police to conduct second time postmortem of Anisiya

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