Former Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand Chief Minister N D Tiwari’s son Rohit Shekhar’s autopsy has revealed death due to smothering following which the case has been transferred to the Crime Branch. A case has been registered under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code against the unknown persons. The forensics and crime branch team have reached his residence to carry out an investigation into the case.
On April 16, he was brought dead at Max Hospital in Saket, New Delhi. That day, his mother, Ujjala Tiwari had told the media persons that his death was natural and she had no suspicions. She had added she would later reveal the circumstances of his death.
Rohit had fought a long legal battle to prove that he was N D Tiwari’s biological son. According to Joint Commissioner of Delhi Police, Devesh Shrivastava, Rohit suffered nose bleed which the servants reported to his mother, Ujjala Tiwari, who was already at Max Hospital in Saket undergoing treatment herself. She rushed to her home in an ambulance from the hospital and returned with her son who was brought dead to the hospital.