ISRO scientist claims 'tried to kill me by giving poison'
ISRO scientist claims 'tried to kill me by giving poison'

A senior scientist of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Tuesday claimed that he had been poisoned more than three years ago. Tapan Mishra also alleged that he had been poisoned with lethal arsenic trioxide during a promotion interview at ISRO headquarters here on May 23, 2017.

While continuing his talk, he said, "After lunch, 'snacks' were probably poisoned by mixing it with dosa sauce." At this time Mishra currently works as a senior advisor at ISRO. Doing and can retire at the end of this month.

It has been learned that he claimed in a post on Facebook called 'Long Keep Secret' that in July 2017, security personnel of the Home Cases met him to warn him of arsenic poisoning. Mishra has said that due to the information he gave to the doctors, he got better treatment and could survive but the poison had such a bad effect on the body that he had to undergo treatment for a long time, along with this he had trouble breathing, fungal There were many infections and skin related problems.

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