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Kublalsinghs to do private autopsy on dad’s body
Relatives of Ray Kublalsingh are planning to do a private autopsy once his body is released to them tomorrow. This was revealed by Kublalsingh’s daughter Judy. An autopsy is expected to be done on his body at the Forensics Science Centre tomorrow. “We are waiting to get the autopsy results on Monday after which we plan to do our private autopsy,” Judy added.
Kublalsingh, 81, the father of environmental activist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh, went missing on Tuesday. He was last seen around 9.30 am after telling his wife Shireen, that he was going into a parcel of land in the forested terrain near their home in search of cassava to plant a garden. He never returned.
On Thursday, the Anti-Kidnapping Squad joined relatives in the search. His body was found by his neighbour Ramesh Outar on a hilly terrain near his Kowlessarsingh Road, Union Village, Claxton Bay, home, around 2 pm on Friday. His body was lying face up and corbeaus were circling.
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