New Zealand woman, who travelled to India to marry, found dead in Delhi hotel

NEW DELHI: A 49-year-old woman from New Zealand, who had come to India to get married as per Indian traditions, was found dead in a hotel in Paharganj here on Saturday morning, police said.

New Zealand woman, who travelled to India to marry, found dead in Delhi hotel

On Saturday morning, her boyfriend found her unconscious. — iStock

shriaya.dutt@tribuneindia.com

New Delhi, November 16 

A 49-year-old woman from New Zealand, who had come to India to get married as per Indian traditions, was found dead in a hotel in Paharganj here on Saturday morning, police said. 

The victim has been identified as Tuialli Polly Anne. 

According to police, she was a patient of hypertension and had come to India with her boyfriend, who is an Australian national. 

On Saturday morning, her boyfriend found her unconscious. He informed the hotel staff and took the woman to Lady Hardinge hospital where she was declared brought dead. 

As the woman was a patient of high blood pressure, it seems like she died due to cardiac arrest, a senior police officer said, adding that the exact cause of death will be ascertained by the post-mortem report. — PTI 

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