Raju Srivastav Death: Every family wants to avoid this process when someone close to them dies and post-mortem is mentioned due to being a police case. The family of the late comedian Raju Srivastava also demanded that his post-mortem should not be conducted, but because Raju Srivastava was admitted to Delhi in an unconscious state and it was also a police case, the doctors had to go through the post-mortem process. was to be completed. So keeping in mind the demand of Raju Srivastava’s family, the Delhi AIIMS administration decided to conduct a virtual autopsy.
Not only in India but in the whole of South East Asia, for the first time a virtual post-mortem of a dead body was done. This is the first virtual autopsy center in Delhi, where this entire process was done duly.
Virtual post-mortem conducted in the country’s first virtual atopy lab
Sudhir Gupta, Head of the Department of MK Forensic Medicine, said that after the death of loved ones, families are already in mourning, so we also conducted a research and more than 90 percent people favored not to choose the post-mortem process. He told that during the virtual autopsy, the doctors do not make any cut or incision on the dead body, the entire body is scanned without touching the body and the doctor’s team was big, sitting on the screen and examining small details in turn. . After the virtual autopsy process of the body of Raju Srivastava, his body has been handed over to his family.
Comedian Raju Srivastava had a heart attack on August 10 while working out in the gym, after which he was admitted to AIIMS Hospital in Delhi. He died on Wednesday 21 September after fighting a 42-day long battle of life and death. His last rites were performed at Nigam Bodh Ghat in Delhi on Thursday morning.