In the demise of famed Bollywood singer Krishnakumar Kunnath alias KK, Kolkata police have filed a case of strange death. Signs of injuries were discovered on KK’s face and head, according to CMRI hospital authorities. On the basis of charges made by his acquaintances, a complaint of unnatural death was registered at the Newmarket police station in Kolkata.
The event has already been investigated by the police. The five-star hotel in central Kolkata was raided by police late at night. The hotel’s CCTV footage has already been seized by the police. The employees and the manager are being interrogated. However, Nazrul’s associates claim that he was unwell from the stage.
According to reports, approximately 7,000 admirers attended the event on Tuesday, which was held in an indoor auditorium with a capacity of 2,200 people. No action was taken by the student union to stop them. Aside from that, there was no air conditioning in the sweltering inside.
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Meanwhile, KK’s body is at the CMRI Hospital mortuary. The late KK’s family members arrived in Kolkata at the appointed hour of 9 a.m. At 8 a.m., they departed Mumbai for Kolkata. Cake’s wife and son arrived at Dumdum Airport shortly after. They arrived at CMRI Hospital from the airport. Following the family’s approval, his remains will be transported to SSKM Hospital for autopsy by CMRI. The remains may be taken to Delhi, according to family sources.
Narendra Modi, India’s Prime Minister, has conveyed his sorrow at KK’s passing. He wrote, “I am extremely saddened by the sudden death of musician KK.” His music drew people of all ages together in a common bond.
Along with the Prime Minister of India, Amit Shah, India’s Home Minister, has expressed sorrow at the death of KK. In a tweet, he stated that Keke’s death had caused irreversible harm to the music industry.