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Monday, 20 January 2014

Shashi Tharoor gets clean chit, autopsy report says drug overdose killed Sunanda

Shashi Tharoor and his wife Sunanda Pushkar
The wife of an Indian minister (Shashi Tharoor) found dead Friday in a luxury hotel in New Delhi after accusing her husband of infidelity died of an overdose, said Monday the agency Press Trust of India (PTI).

Shahshi Tharoor, 57, Minister of Human Resources Development, has himself discovered the lifeless body of his wife Sunanda Pushkar in the five-star hotel where they lived, on his return from a meeting of the Congress Party.

The autopsy report submitted Monday to magistrate investigating reports of death due to excessive drug use, said the news agency.

PTI adds that the magistrate, Alok Sharma, refused, for the moment, to provide more details.

The Minister made a statement in which he agrees to cooperate fully with investigators and request a quick survey on the causes of death of his wife occurred after she has exhibited in tweets what she thought of the alleged relationship her husband with a Pakistani journalist, Mehr Tarar.

The death of Sunanda Pushkar is the tragic outcome of marital problems that are spread in the Indian press and on social networks.

The body of Sunanda Pushkar, 52, bears traces of "injury", but it is not known if these injuries are related to his death, said Sudhir Gupta, one of the three doctors responsible for the autopsy.

Sunanda Pushkar body was cremated during the weekend according to Hindu rites.

The Minister stated that the tweets behind the rumor were due to hacking of his account and he formed with his wife "a happy couple."

For its part, the Pakistani journalist categorically denied having a relationship with the minister.


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