Nikolai Shesheshwar's body was first sent to a government hospital in Patiala for post-mortem.© Twitter
The body of Nikolai Sensarev, India's medium and long distance athletics coach, was sent to his home country Belarus on Tuesday, four days after he was found dead in his hostel room at the National Institute of Sports in Patiala. The body was first taken on a route from Dubai to the capital of Belarus, Minsk.
An Athletics Federation of India official said the 72-year-old's death was described as “natural” in his post-mortem report. His body is expected to arrive in Minsk on Wednesday.
An AFI official said, “The coffin containing the corpse was sent from Patiala on Monday night and received by AFI officials here. All the formalities ended this morning and were handed over to the respective airlines for transport to Minskin. , “An AFI official said.
“We have handed over all relevant papers accepting the party to the police, hospital and Minsk. We have also spoken to Mrs. Nikolai and sent her flight details and other information.”
His body was first sent to a government hospital in Patiala for post-mortem.
“Only natural death is mentioned in the post-mortem report,” said the AFI official.
Sansarerev, who returned to India after a gap of two years until the end of September, was found dead when NIS coaches broke the door of his room after not reporting for the Indian Grand Prix 3 held on Friday. The last.
He came to meet his base in Bengaluru. He reached India only on 2 March.
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