New Delhi: The postmortem report of IB staffer Ankit Sharma, who was brutally murdered during the Delhi riots revealed that he suffered severe injuries. It said that he died due to shock because of hemorrhage due to injuries to lung and brain.
The report also revealed that some injuries were produced by sharp-edged weapons.
“An injury was produced by heavy cutting weapon, while the rest of the injuries were by blunt force. All injuries were fresh before death,” the report said.
Sharma sustained 51 injuries in total. He was stabbed 12 times and had 33 blunt injuries. He sustained 12 “incised stab wounds”. The biggest measured 5x1x7 cm, and was on the left side of his leg.
The other wounds were on his thighs, hip, back, chest, arms and spine. The report also revealed that though he was stabbed all over body, most of the wounds were concentrated on his back and spine, reported India TV.
On Thursday, the Delhi Police arrested another accused Salman, from whom shocking details of the murder was revealed. Sharma was enveloped in a black cloth before taking to former AAP councilor Tahir Hussain’s house and stabbed to death multiple times.
Sharma’s body was then thrown into a drain near Hussain’s house in Chand Bagh.