Sunanda Pushkar death: Have so much to say but only after probe ends, says Shashi Tharoor
Former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor has claimed that he has much to say on Sunanda Pushkar case, but is waiting for the probe to end first.
New Delhi: Former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor has claimed that he has much to say on Sunanda Pushkar case, but is waiting for the probe to end first.
The former lawmaker, who was present at the Jaipur Literature Fest, told reporters that he will talk about the case only after the ongoing probe in Sunanda Puskar death case gets over.
"I am saying this for the last time that I won't comment on the matter until police concludes their probe in the case. Let police do their job and reach a conclusion and let them file a report in the court. I have plenty to say in the matter but it would be wrong on my part to speak anything at this moment," he said.
Last week, the FBI report claimed that Sunanda's death was not natural and happened due to poisoning. The Delhi Police registered a case of murder in connection with Sunanda's death thereafter.
Sunanda Pushkar was found dead in a five-star hotel in New Delhi on January 17, 2004, a day after her much famous Twitter war with Pakistani journalist Mehr Tarar.