Unnatural death toll mounts to 31 in Odisha: Director of Health Services 

The Director of the Health Services made it clear that all such cases can't be directly linked with sunstroke/heat strokes and the exact reasons for their death can only be ascertained by assessing the circumstantial inquiry and post-mortem reports.

A picture of RGH, Rourkela

The number of unnatural death cases in Odisha has mounted to 31 on Sunday from 28 reported on Saturday, informs Director of Health Services Bijay Mohapatra.

He added that the post-mortem of the bodies of 28 deceased has been conducted and three persons died unnaturally in Rourkela. Their bodies have been taken for post-mortem.