Published On: Thu, Apr 18th, 2019

Peru’s former president embraces death to escape arrest over corruption charges

Former Peruvian President Alan Garcia has committed suicide, shortly before the police authorities have entered his house premises to arrest him over the serious charges of corruption.

Though he has been rushed to the hospital, the authorities could not save his life. The mysterious death has triggered several speculations.

The report about the former President’s death has been initially confirmed by the present President Martin Vizcarra.

As soon as the report has been publicised, numerous supporters of the former president have rushed to the premises of the hospital in which he have been admitted.

The police had found it really difficult to control the crowd outside the hospital. The authorities have beefed up its security forces in and around the hospital.

The prime charge against the deceased President is that he obtained bribes from Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht.

He, as well as his party, strongly denied the allegation. The party even accused the opposition of triggering fake arguments against its leader.

The official narrative about his death is that the police have found him lying dead in his home office chair with a bullet mark on his head and a gun in his hand.

An unofficial report claims that when the police have reached the venue he has presented himself before them. The report says that the death has happened shortly after his initial conversation with the authorities.

The assumption is that he has gone inside the room after the conversation with the permission of the authorities.

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Peru’s former president embraces death to escape arrest over corruption charges