Liga's sister Ilze Skromane and partner Andrew Jordan identified the body from the clothes.
The doctors who conducted the postmortem of, a Latvian woman who went missing since March 14, informed police that there were no internal injuries that could harm the bones or internal organs.
Andrew, holding a poster of his wife's photo had also offered to give a reward of Rs 1 lakh for anyone who gives information about Liga or help find her.
The family of a Lithuanian tourist, whose highly decomposed body was recovered from near Kovalam, today demanded a high-level probe into the circumstances leading to her death.
Despite extensive searches and fundraising efforts organised by Ilze and Liga's husband Andrew Jordan, the young woman's body was tragically discovered by local fisherman in an isolated area near Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala. Her head was located near by and it is understood that police suspect foul play.
The autopsy was conducted on Saturday at the government medical college hospital in Thiruvananthapuram and the body has been kept in its mortuary.
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She had travelled to Kerala in India with Ilze to take part in a wellness retreat on February 4.
"Nobody, on their own, can reach the spot where her body was found". According to the police, the state of the body showed that death might have occurred over a month ago. If you try too much, we will close the case, " Behera reportedly threatened the two. Earlier the police sources have hinted that it looked like a case of suicide and she must have consumed a poisonous fruit which is in abundance in the area. However, the state police is administration is waiting for forensic tests to be completed for an official confirmation.
Liga Skromene, 33, was in India to get Ayurvedic treatment for depression but went missing from Kovalam on March 14. They are also examining whether the drug mafia had any connection with the death of the Latvian woman who had come to Kerala for Ayruveda treatment.
Aswathi Jwala, a social activist also accompanied her to meet media persons in Thiruvananthapuram.
"The crucial time, the first 24 hours, in finding my sister was wasted due to the government system's callous attitude", Ilze said, adding that the police did not take her complaint seriously.