Sunanda Pushkar case: Shashi Tharoor may soon undergo lie-detector test



Ghost from the past A new controversial report on Sunanda Pushkar's death has come in handy for Tharoor's detractors in the Congress
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The police may call Congress MP Shashi Tharoor for interrogation in connection with the death of his wife Sunanda Pushkar under mysterious circumstances. The police has so far interrogated her driver Bajrangi, domestic help Narayan Singh, Shashi Tharoor’s family friend Sanjay Dewan and the doctor who examined Sunanda.

The chemist shops in Lodhi colony, near the Leela Palace hotel, where she was found dead, are also being investigated in order to get the source of those Alprax tablets found near her during investigation. The chemists were also questioned by showing Narain’s, Bajrangi’s and Dewan’s pictures, to find out if they had supplied the medicines to Pushkar.

As per online reports, it is probable enough that Shashi Tharoor can be called in, for another round of questioning and may have to undergo a lie-detector test.

Sunanda Pushkar’s death is being properly investigated by a special investigation team that questioned Tharoor’s domestic help Narayan Singh and driver Bajrangi. Ealier, Narayan and Bajrani had told the investigators that before Sunanda’s death, the couple had got into a heated conversation. Singh reportedly also claimed that Tharoor had physically assaulted Sunanda during the argument.