New Delhi, Nov 14: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy continues to haunt Congress leader Shashi Tharoor and this time he may bring more trouble for the former Kerala minister. Igniting controversy over Sunanda Pushkar's mysterious death, Swamy on Friday, Nov 14 asked Delhi Police to disclose Tharoor's telephonic conversation with his secretary on the day when Sunanda was found dead.
Swamy, who earlier had demanded a probe by the Central Bureau Investigation (CBI), now urged Delhi Police to release the telephonic transcript of Tharoor's secretary informing him about Sunanda's death.
Swamy, turning to micro-blogging site Twitter, tweeted, "When will Delhi Police release the telephone transcript of Tharoor's Secy informing him at 4.30 pm of Sunanda being "terminated"? Why imp?"
Earlier Swamy had claimed that he might file a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) demanding court-monitored probe into the mysterious death of Tharoor's wife Sunanda. [Video: 'Professionals killed Shashi Tharoor's wife Sunanda Pushkar']
"I may file a PIL in court seeking a thorough probe into the matter relating to the death of Sunanda Pushkar," Swamy said while replying a question here on the sidelines of a programme.
Swamy said he had sought court's interference on many occasions during the UPA regime but "have not moved court on any matter after the NDA came to power".
"However, I may file a PIL in the case of Sunanda Pushkar's death even as her husband has been making rounds to the BJP office in Delhi," he said.
52-year-old Sunanda was found dead in Leela Hotel in New Delhi on Jan 17, 2014. The former minister had first found her body and informed police.
Sunanda's sudden death shocked the nation and surprised all as she was declared a dead following a spat between her and one Pakistan-based journalist Mehr Tarar.
Sunanda had claimed that her husband had an affair with Tarar and both women were engaged in a shocking dual on micro-blogging site Twitter.