Sunanda Pushkar didn’t die due to radioactive poisoning: FBI

New Delhi: Former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor’s wife Sunanda Pushkar didn’t die because of polonium or any other radioactive substance, the FBI has emailed to the Delhi police.

According to media reports, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) disclosed that the radiation in  Pushkar’s viscera samples was within permissible levels and didn’t cause her death.

Sunanda Pushkar, pti file photo
Sunanda’s viscera samples were sent to the FBI lab in Washington in February after the doctors at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Delhi stated that the poison could not be detected in Indian labs.

The 51-year-old was found dead at the luxurious Leela Hotel in Delhi in January 2014.

Earlier, her death was considered as a case of suicide but later, the Delhi Police claimed that Pushkar was poisoned to death by unknown persons.

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  1. Sunanda Pushkar didn’t die due to radioactive poisoning: FBI.

    Earlier, her death was considered as a case of suicide but later, the Delhi Police claimed that Pushkar was poisoned to death by unknown persons.

    The suicide was sought to be made a murder by the RSS. But, the FBI, to which RSS sent it, says that it was not poisoning. The RSS may have to send it to Nagpur lab to make it a murder!

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