Twist in Jiah Khan case; more evidences hint at murder, not suicide

Jiah Khan
Mumbai, Nov 27: Jiah Khan suicide case has taken a new turn as more evidences hinted at murder and not suicide case. According to media reports, no fingerprints have been found on the fan from which the Bollywood actress' body was hanging.

Finger prints also have not been found on a plastic bottle and the sliding window in the Juhu flat where Jiah was found dead on June 3, 2013. However, DNA from tissue found in her nail clippings belongs to her, reported a media report quoting sources from forensic experts. If Jiah had committed suicide then at least her finger prints should have been found on the fan.

Times of India reported that the fingerprint test was done on June 4 and the DNA test started on Oct 31, it is only now that the police have released the reports. The fingerprint report says the flat was examined around 12:30 pm, almost 12 hours after Jiah's death.

Finger prints have not been found on fan from which Jiah's body was hanging

Earlier Kalina Forensic Laboratory report had suggested that human flesh and bloodfound were found under the fingernails of the deceased Jiah. Also other signs of struggle have been noticed. Reports further said that alcohol was found in her body suggesting incapacitation to some extent, which indicated that she may have been easily hanged by another person. These points surrounding Jiah's mysterious death case, somewhere suggest a strong possibility of murder.

Mumbai Police were forced to reopen the Jiah Khan case following her mother Rabiya Khan's strong appeal in which she doubted the theory of suicide. Rabiya Amin had reportedly petitioned the Bombay High Court alleging that her daughter may have been murdered. She demanded that the case be investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), since the then earlier probe by police was quite hush-hush and mostly in benefit of the accused Suraj Pancholi.

Rabiya Amin's petition reportedly claimed that Jiah Khan was possibly murdered before being hanged. The petition also raised 10 key questions, that points at the fact that it was possibly not a suicide case, but a homicidal death.

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