Sunanda Pushkar murder case: 100 gig data on Tharoor's computer being examined

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New Delhi, Feb 14: 100 gigabytes of data present on‎ the hard disks of the computers belonging to Shashi Tharoor is being examined by the S‎pecial Investigating Team of the Delhi police. We are scrutinising all the data on the hard disk and are checking if there were transactions which could be pertinent to our investigations into the Sunanda Pushkar murder case.

Shashi Tharoor was asked to hand over the hard disk of his computer for examination. Before leaving for Kerala yesterday he handed over the hard disks of his computer to the investigating agency.

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Data to be analysed by forensic wing

The data on the hard disk will be analysed by the forensic sciences laboratory. There is a lot data which would need a couple of days to be fully analysed an officer with the Delhi police informed OneIndia.

The Economic Offences Wing is also being roped in to study the pattern of the financial transactions. The financial transactions are extremely crucial to the probe the officer also pointed out.

Contradictory statements

The Delhi police say that they will call Tharoor in for questioning once again. There were some answers by him which were contradictory. These were specific to some of the transactions made during the IPL incident.

The police say that they would need to ask him questions relating to say some transactions made his late wife during the IPL. As data emerges from the hard disks of his computer we will call him in for questioning once again the officer also informed.

‎Economic Offences Wing probes IPL pattern

A team of the Economic Offences Wing is visiting Mumbai to study the ownership pattern of the IPL team Kochi Tuskers in which Sunanda had been given a sweat equity. Sunanda had however given up the sweat equity once a controversy broke out.

The EOW is studying the dealings and ownership pattern of the Kochi Tuskers which is now defunct. They would also questions officials of Rendezvous Sports which owned the team and also offered the sweat equity to Sunanda.

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