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Kerala: Trans activist Ananya Kumari Alex found dead


Team Udayavani, Jul 21, 2021, 12:13 PM IST

Source: ANI

Kochi: Transgender activist Ananya Kumari Alex was found dead at an apartment near Edapally on Tuesday, July 20. The police suspect that it could be a case of suicide.

Earlier there were allegations that she was suffering from severe physical discomfort for the last year after undergoing sex reassignment surgery at a private hospital in the city.

Ananya was the first transgender radio jockey in Kerala and had also filed a nomination to contest the assembly election against P K Kunhalikutty in Vengara constituency. Later, she withdrew her name.

Police informed that the body was found hanging from the fan in the bedroom. A team from Kalamassery police station conducted the inquest and shifted the body to Kalamassery medical college for post-mortem.

Reports cited that Ananya underwent a sex reassignment surgery in June 2020 and had recently come out against the hospital. The doctor claimed that she was in tremendous pain following the surgery and could not even do her routine job.

Ananya had blamed the doctor for the surgery failure.

Kerala State Transgender Justice Board member Anil A informed that there was no rule to monitor sex reassignment surgeries in the state.

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