BJP’s Sonali Phogat’s Autopsy Report Says “Multiple Blunt Force Injuries On Body”


Sonali Phogat autopsy report says “manner of death is for the officer to ascertain”

New Delhi:

BJP leader Sonali Phogat suffered “multiple blunt force injuries” to her body, an autopsy revealed hours after two of her associates were charged with her murder today.

“There are multiple blunt force injuries over the body. In view of the above, the manner of death is for the investigating officer to ascertain,” the report said.

Sonali Phogat, 43, died on Monday in Goa, where she had gone with a group. Her family questioned initial reports that she had died of a cardiac arrest.


Sonali Phogat’s autopsy report

The family agreed to a post-mortem after the Goa Police filed a murder case. Sonali Phogat’s personal assistant Sudhir Sangwan and his friend Sukhwinder Wasi, who were with her when she arrived in Goa on Monday, have been charged.

“She told us something was mixed with her food. Arrest those whom we are suspecting,” her brother told NDTV.

Sonali Phogat was brought dead to the St Anthony Hospital at Anjuna in North Goa on Tuesday morning.

Her brother Rinku Dhaka filed a complaint alleging that his sister was raped and murdered by Sudhir Sangwan and Sukhwinder. He claimed she was being blackmailed with an explicit video.

Rinku said in his complaint that Sonali Phogat, a BJP leader from Haryana’s Hisar, had spoken to her mother, sister and brother-in-law a few hours before her death.

She had allegedly complained against her assistant and had decided to file cases against them.

Rinku alleged that Sonali Phogat was drugged and raped by her assistant. “We are sure that our sister was raped and murdered,” he said.

Sonali Phogat’s 15-year-old daughter Yashodhara sought justice for her mother.

Sonali Phogat, who rose to fame with her TikTok videos, contested the 2019 Haryana election as a BJP candidate but lost to then Congress leader Kuldeep Bishnoi (he has since joined the BJP). She also appeared in the reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ in 2020.


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