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Sunanda Pushkar murder case: Call records arrive


New Delhi, March 23: Crucial phone record details relating to the Sunanda Pushkar murder case has been received by the Delhi police.

Several 100 hours of call record records which were sent for analysis has been received by the Delhi police which has turned out to be a boon for the investigating team.

Sunanda Pushkar

The call records according to the Delhi police would provide them with vital clues relating to her conversations and this would help the police understand better what the motive for her death could have been.

Probe will move faster now:

The call records of Sunanda Pushkar are extremely crucial to the investigation.

They provide details about the conversations she had with various persons both in India and abroad which could be crucial to the case.

However the most vital part of information that the Delhi police would be looking for are her conversations with her husband Shashi Tharoor and other close family members which will form the basis of the next round of investigation.

While a lot of her final statements are out in the public domain there are still some mysteries about the persons she called a few days before her death.

She was trying to seek help from someone and it was not entirely clear who it was.

These call records would provide those details, the police also pointed out.

Shashi Tharoor may be summoned again:

The Delhi police which is studying the analysis of the call records may call in Shashi Tharoor for questioning once again. He has already been questioned more than twice in the past.

The police say that they would look into the call records and then prepare a questionnaire for Tharoor.

The new set of questions would be on the basis of the call records, the police say.

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