New Delhi: A day after the Crime Branch of Delhi Police initiated the investigation into the death of constable Subash Tomar during the protest against Delhi gang rape, the police have served notices to eyewitnesses Yogendra and Paoline in this regard.

Dr TS Sidhu, Medical Superintendent of Ram Manohar Lohia, who said that the constable had no major injuries when he was brought to the hospital in unconscious condition, has also been asked to join the probe.

His statement has contradicted the post-mortem reports suggesting that 47-year-old constable died from cardiac arrest caused by injuries he suffered on his chest and neck.

Dr Sidhu has been asked to appear before the police with all medical records of Tomar who died on Wednesday after battling for life for three days.

Interestingly, a new eyewitness has claimed that Tomar was brutally beaten up by the protesters before he collapsed giving a new twist to death mystery of the Delhi police constable.

JPN/ Bureau

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