Mystery behind Russian MP and Putin critic’s death in Odisha hotel

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Pavel Antov passed on in baffling conditions two days after an individual voyager kicked the bucket. Antov’s viscera was not saved before his incineration.

Pavel Antov (65), a Russian legislator, money manager and a Putin pundit, was found dead lying in a pool of blood in Odisha’s Rayagada region, only two days after the demise of his kindred explorer, Vladimir Bidenov, in a similar inn.

Antov supposedly passed on in the wake of tumbling from the third floor of the inn while Bidenov was found lying oblivious in his room on the main floor of the lodging with a couple of void wine bottles around him.

Strangely, Antov’s viscera was not saved before his incineration and the police didn’t request the examples.

This has developed the secret and the conditions in which his passing occurred.

The Odisha government requested a wrongdoing branch examination on Tuesday into the “secretive passing” of the two Russians. As the occurrences have accepted political suggestions, the police said they were exploring the demise from all points.

The posthumous report of Antov uncovered that “he supported a serious inward injury subsequent to tumbling off the third floor of the inn”, said the Rayagada police. The after death report of Bidenov said that “he passed on from coronary failure”.

On Wednesday, Tewari posted a video on Twitter, tagging Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.

Socio-political leader Suparno Satpathy took a dig at Odisha police by tweeting that it was too early for the police to declare that there was no foul play found in the Russian tycoon’s unnatural death.

The Inn and Café Relationship of Odisha (HARO) kept in touch with Odisha Boss Clergyman Naveen Patnaik on Thursday, encouraging him to guarantee a legitimate examination.

“We demand your regarded office to generously analyze the instance of two Russian sightseers who passed on under baffling conditions and important stages and examination may mercifully be taken quickly to try not to additional spread of the negative news,” HARO administrator JK Mohanty said in the letter.

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