The deceased, Ivanov Anton, 33, used to work as an employee of Rosem Company, a Russian contractor for the project.
He used to live in room number 126 on the 12th floor of building No 2 in the Green City residential area, a housing project for foreigners at Natun Hat in Sahapur of the Pbna upazila, Arbinda Sarkar, officer-in-charge (OC) of Ishwardi police station, told IANS on Monday morning.
Ivanov fell unconscious in front of the elevator on the way back to his room after buying food from a restaurant near Green City on Sunday night.
Later, physicians at RNPP project declared him dead and handed his body to the police.
"Ivanov might have died of a cardiac arrest," the police official added.
Since March 26, six Russian, one Belarusian and a Kazak national have died at the RNPP site.
On April 15, BelarusianIvanu Maxim (NASDAQ: MXIM ), 52, an employee of contractor firm Ruinwald of the under-construction project, was found dead at the Green City residential area.
On March 26, Kazakhstan national Vladimir Soviet was killed at a house in Ishwardi Rooppur Residential Project Green city.
Three Belarusian nationals employed with the Russian company Rossem, were detained over their involvement in Soviet's killing.
Two days later, a court in Pabna sent them to jail.
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