Death of businessman: SL yet to receive Indonesian forensic report | Sri Lanka News

Sri Lanka awaits the submission of histopathological and toxicological reports by the Indonesian authorities on the murder of Sri Lankan businessman Onesh Subasinghe, Daily Mirror learns.

The businessman, 45, was found dead mysteriously in an apartment in Jakarta on February 3, 2023. He along with his wife, daughter, and his wife’s assistant had left for Indonesia on a vacation on January 20, 2023. Later, the Jakarta police said the family members had left Indonesia after the incident.

Inspector General of Police C.D. Wickramaratne ordered the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to carry out investigations. A CID delegation also left for Indonesia.

According to sources, the Indonesian authorities are yet to submit histopathological and toxicological reports regarding the incident. The role of forensic histopathology is to establish the cause of death in particular cases.(Kelum Bandara)

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