Raju Srivastava, a comedian, is no longer with us. Fans are still reeling from the news that their favorite comedian has died. On social media, people are in mourning. Everyone is paying their respects to Raju Srivastava in their unique way. Meanwhile, it has been reported that Raju Srivastava’s body has been sent for a postmortem examination. His postmortem report was recently released. According to sources, doctors revealed in the comedian’s postmortem report that no external injury marks were found on his body.
The body has been turned over to the family.
According to media reports, Raju Srivastava’s body has been postmortem. The absence of external injury marks on Raju Srivastava’s body has been highlighted in the report. Only injection marks were discovered on the body due to the 42-day treatment. Raju Srivastava’s body was returned to his family following the announcement.
Postmortem examination using cutting-edge technology
Let us inform you that Raju received treatment at the AIIMS Hospital in Delhi. His postmortem has now been completed using cutting-edge technology. Raju Srivastava has been hospitalized for several days. Nonetheless, his autopsy has been completed. According to reports, this was done to ensure that no one questioned the cause of the comedian’s death the next day. According to media reports, Raju Srivastava’s body was postmortem using new technology virtual autopsy. This technique takes about 15-20 minutes to complete the postmortem process. The body was returned to the family after it had been completed.
Tomorrow is the funeral.
Please inform Raju Srivastava that he has been fighting death for the past 42 days. He breathed his last breath today. According to AIIMS doctors, Raju Srivastava has been in critical condition since suffering a cardiac arrest. There were some ups and downs in his health along the way, but his condition never improved to the point where doctors felt comfortable removing him from the ventilator. According to reports, Raju Srivastava’s final rites will be performed tomorrow at 9.30 a.m. in Delhi. Everything has been planned for it.