"I fear threat to my life... She can cause damage to us any time after she has been released from the jail," said Neelam Grover.
“I wish she should not be allowed to move out of Mumbai in any condition... She is a liar, she can harm us and even hatch a conspiracy against us," she said.
Neeraj'a parents also raised objection on the "police security" that Maria was given.
“It's surprising... A criminal is enjoying police protection. Now who is going to protect the common man," questioned Amarnath Grover, Neeraj"s father.
“Though I am ready to hear her (Susairaj) if she wishes to make any point, but under any circumstances I would not approach her first," he added.
Susiraj who was acquitted in the Neeraj Grover murder case along with her naval officer and fiance, Emily Jerome Mathew, was freed after she was let off by the Mumbai High Court. She was asked to pay a sum of Rs 50,000 to the Grover family.
Emily Jerome Mathew was given 10 years jail by the court which found him "guilty of culpable homicide not amounting to murder".
Neeraj Grover was killed in 2008 at Malad West in a flat. His body was cut into pieces after he died and then burnt near Manor in Thane.