Nadia's family had three servants. However, only one Orissa-based servant was present in the house when the woman consumed poision. The Crime Branch will be questioning the servant in a bid to recover any further evidence.
“We will be sending a team to Orissa to take the statement of the maid who was working with the family between January to April this year," a police official said.
This comes after a crucial piece of information pertaining to the case was revealed by another maid, who arrived at Nadia's place, a day after her death.
The servant told the police that Nadia's mother, Sonia, asked her to burn the evidence related the case giving raise to questions on why the mother ordered the maid to do this and who she was trying to protect.
The death of Nadia hit headlines last week after the name of the former Goa tourism minister, Fransisco Pacheco came up.