As per reports, the police have written to Twitter for private messages exchanged between Sunanda and Tarar and also written to Facebook seeking the details of Sunanda Pushkar's account to examine it thoroughly.
As per a TOI report, "Sunanda, according to Delhi Police, had four online accounts-two on Twitter and Facebook and two email accounts on Google and Yahoo. Police have received information from the two email accounts but are awaiting the details from Twitter and Facebook. The information sent by the two email service providers contains the IP addresses of people who exchanged emails or email chats with Sunanda prior to her death."
The police is expected to contact these people and quiz them in this regard.
Sunanda Pushkar and Mehr Tarar had heated converastion in public before the Pushkar's death. In the conversation, Sunanda had accused Tarar of having an affair with her husband Shashi Tharoor.
The police has also sent Sunanda's phones for forensic analysis so that they can know if any of the BBMs from her phone were deleted.
In October, a panel of doctors at AIIMS confirmed that Sunanda Pushkar died of poisoning.
The panel said, "She was a normal healthy individual. She was also investigated for systemic lupus erythematosus but did not have it."
Sunanda was found dead in a five star hotel in Delhi on January 17. Sunanda's death shocked the nation a day before her death she had hit the headlines for a spat on Twitter with Pakistani journalist Mehr Tarar.