Police have said that it looked like a murder in the office.
The investigating officer told TNM that other employees at Infosys had discovered Ilayaraja in the dormitory and had rushed him to the Chengalpet General Hospital.
Police said the body of Arunachalam, who hailed from Tindivanam, about 130 km from here, was sent to his native after an autopsy was conducted at the Chengleput Government Hospital.
A 32-year-old software professional of Infosys was found dead in office toilet under mysterious circumstances on Wednesday in Chennai. After the incident, Infosys had said it would revamp its security measures across its campuses to ensure a safe working environment for its employees. When reached to the hospital, the doctor has declared that he had already died.
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Kancheepuram SP has told TNM that there were no injury points on his body, but the case has registered as the suspicious death.
Initial reports suggest that he went to office on Monday, but did not return home.
His wife filed a complaint with the police on Tuesday and later in the evening his body was recovered from near the rest room. The deceased had a private cabin in his office.
"He was found dead, reportedly naked, at 10:45 pm in the company provided dormitory".