Actor Kalabhavan Mani’s case – pesticide residue found in the body

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Saturday, March 19, 2016

The viscera report from the Regional Chemical Examiner’s Laboratory, Kakkanad has revealed that the residue of pesticide was found in the internal organs of the deceased actor.

The laboratory found the presence of Chlorpyrifose, a pesticide used to increase the potency of spurious liquor. It also indicted that the presence of methanol and ethanol content in the body of the Malayalam actor.

It may be recalled that Kalabhavan Mani was admitted in an unconscious state to a private hospital in Kochi on March 5 and died on the next day. The actor’s brother R.L.V.Ramakrishnan has demanded that a murder case be registered against the actor’s friends who were with him at Mani’s private farm house on March 5.

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