Kathmandu, 15 December. An investigation has been launched into the death of Argentine soccer player Maradona following a dispute over his personal doctor.
Police raided the clinic of Maradona’s private doctor Leopoldo Luke. According to the BBC, Maradona’s daughters have expressed doubts about the medicine and treatment given to their father at the last minute.
Last Wednesday, Maradona died of a heart attack at his residence in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Maradona, 60, died of a heart attack on November 25 at his home in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires. Maradona's daughters demanded an investigation into what drugs were given to their father. In early November, Maradona's surgery to remove blood clots from his brain was successful. He was also undergoing treatment for alcoholism. Dr. Luke said he was assisting in the police investigation. "Every effort has been made to save Maradona's life," he said. Around 30 police on Sunday morning local time. Luke's home was raided and 30 others raided his clinic in Buenos Aires. The raid was carried out at the behest of prosecutors who are trying to find out what happened on Maradona's last days. Maradona was not discharged when he was sent home for medical treatment. BBC