Jan 09, 2020 News
Speculations behind the suspected double suicide of an East Coast Demerara couple have been put to bed after the autopsy revealed that the female, 25-year-old Subrina Nandram, called Priya, was strangled.
The examination conducted by State Pathologist, Dr. Nehaul Singh, yesterday gave her cause of death as asphyxiation due to manual strangulation. This was also compounded by blunt trauma to the head.
Her lover, 26-year-old Kevin Vishal Singh’s death was caused by asphyxiation due to drowning, compounded with ingestion of pesticide poisoning.
This revelation led investigators to suspect that Singh murdered his lover then ingested the poisonous substance. Initially, it was suspected that the couple committed suicide but the autopsy report changed the narrative.
Family members from both sides were at a loss as to why the couple would want to die since no one objected to their relationship.
The bodies of the young couple was discovered late Sunday by employees at the Aracari Hotel and Resort in a locked bedroom.
The couple reportedly booked the room on Saturday and was scheduled to check out the next day. But Singh had indicated that they will be staying an extra night.
The man was said to have told the receptionist that he would be coming to pay for the extra night soon. But around 15:00 hrs, Singh had still not paid the bill. Calls were made again to the couple’s room. This time, they went unanswered.
Checks were made at the room and hotel employees found the door locked.
Security personnel were then summoned to force the door open.
On entering, staffers saw a green liquid on the bed, and on an area on the floor leading to the bathroom.
They then found Singh and Nandram’s bodies in the bathtub. Beer bottles were also discovered in the hotel room. Investigators also retrieved a bottle of Farmizone, an agricultural pesticide.
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