Police seek details of deleted chats over Sunanda Pushkar murder case


Delhi Police has ordered Canada’s Department of Justice to reveal the details of the deleted chats from the mobile phones of Sunanda Pushkar and her husband, Congress Leader Shashi Tharoor.

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Senior Police Officer asserted, “A letter has been sent to the department asking them to get details of chat messages from Research in Motion Ltd.”

Senior Journalist Nalini Singh had told police that she sat down to talk with Sunanda in which she had said that Tharoor and Pakistani Journalist Meher Tara had purportedly traded messages that were erased from Tharoor's telephone.

51-year-old Sunanda was discovered dead at a suite in a five-star inn in South Delhi on the night of January 17, 2014, a day after her spat with Tarar on Twitter.

A few people including Tharoor have been addressed regarding Sunanda's passing. The police have likewise led polygraph test on six people, every single prime observer for the situation, including Tharoor's residential help Narayan Singh, driver Bajrangi and Sanjay Dewan, a dear companion of the couple.

In February, Tarar was addressed about her connection with the Congress pioneer and his significant other, her battle with Sunanda over Twitter, and different issues spinning around Sunanda's passing.

Delhi Police had in January 2015 enlisted an instance of homicide regarding Sunanda's passing.

The FBI report sent to Delhi Police in November 2015 had practically discounted the hypothesis of 'polonium harming' having brought on her demise.

Be that as it may, after Delhi Police neglected to make any inference on premise of the discoveries, the report was given over to a therapeutic board for examination before further procedures in the prominent case.

The therapeutic board is yet to give its conclusion on reason for Sunanda's passing.

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