No evidence of foul play in Fiza`s death found: Punjab police
Punjab police on Tuesday said it has found no evidence of foul play in the death of Anuradha Bali alias Fiza.
Mohali: Punjab police on Tuesday said it has found no evidence of foul play in the death of Anuradha Bali alias Fiza, the estranged second wife of former Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Chandermohan, with the postmortem report showing no external injury marks on the body.
"So far, we have not got any evidence of foul play in the case. The postmortem conducted on Bali`s body showed that there were no external injury marks," Mohali SSP G P S Bhullar told reporters here.
He said the real cause of Bali`s death would be known only after the viscera report comes out, adding the police are investigating the case from all angles.
"We will probe all angles leading to her death," he said.
39-year-old Bali, a former Assistant Advocate General of Haryana, was found dead under mysterious circumstances in her house in Mohali yesterday.
Bhullar said the police had interrogated two persons - Panchkula-based scribe Niranjan Nandal and advocate Ajit Hooda - in connection with the case, but little came of it.
"We still haven`t made much headway. We will question more people who were in touch with her and those she used to meet," he said.
A liquor bottle and some eatables that were recovered from the spot of incident have been sent to a food laboratory for tests, he said, adding that nothing incriminating was found in the house.
Meanwhile, Bali was cremated in Chandigarh according to Hindu rituals.