Leading ISRO Researcher Claims He Was Poisoned With Fatal Arsenic Trioxide 3 Years Ago
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Tapan Misra alleged he was poisoned with fatal arsenic trioxide on May 23, 2017, throughout a promotion interview at ISRO head office in Bengaluru.
- PTI Bengaluru
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A top ISRO scientist on Tuesday declared he was poisoned more than three years back. Tapan Misra declared he was poisoned with deadly arsenic trioxide on Might 23, 2017, throughout a promo interview at ISRO head office here.
” Deadly dose was most likely combined” with chutney along with Dosa, in snacks after lunch, he said. Misra is presently working as Senior Consultant at ISRO and is superannuating at the end of this month.
He had earlier acted as Director of Ahmedabad-based Space Application Centre of Indian Area Research Study Organisation (ISRO). In a Facebook post entitled ‘Long Kept Trick’, Misra further claimed that in July 2017, House Affairs security personnelmet him and signaled him of arsenic poisoning and assisted medical professionals to focus on specific remedy.
Misra claimed he later experienced health issues including extreme breathing difficulty, uncommon skin eruptions, skin shedding and fungal infections. He likewise posted the medical report on the social media platform to claim he has been diagnosed with Arsenic toxication by the AIIMS, New Delhi.
” The motive seems espionage attack … to eliminate a researcher with critical contribution of large military and business significance, like knowledge in structure Artificial Aperture Radar,” he declared. Speaking to PTI, Misra stated, “I want the Government of India to examine it (the incidents).” There was no immediate reaction from ISRO on Misra’s claims.
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