Kolkata: Tension cropped up in Shraddhananda Park area after the decomposed body of an elderly woman was recovered on Thursday night. Though police initially suspected foul play, it later became clear that the deceased had died most probably due to cardiac arrest a few days ago.According to police, on Thursday night at around 10 pm, Amherst Street police station was informed that a decomposed body had been found inside a house located at 123/A, Raja Rammohan Roy Sarani. Immediately, police rushed to the spot and recovered the body. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaDuring preliminary investigation, the deceased was identified as Nandita Ghosh (75). Police also came to know that she was staying there alone the last few days. Sources claimed that her family members had gone somewhere, leaving Ghosh in the house. On Thursday night, they returned home and before entering the house, Ghosh’s daughter-in-law felt a foul smell coming from inside their residential premises. When she tried to knock on the door, she found that it was not locked from inside. As soon as she went inside, saw her mother-in-law’s body on the bed in a decomposed state. She soon informed the other family members and police. During investigation, the Homicide Section of the Detective Department was called in for any possible foul play. According to Deputy Commissioner, North Division, Debasis Sarkar, no signs of foul play were found by the homicide section after checking the premises. Later, an unnatural death case was registered.