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‘Sridevi’s death may have a Dawood Ibrahim connection’

This could've stopped the Dubai Police from further investigating the matter adding that not even the hotel staff is ready to cooperate with the probe on Sridevi's death



New Delhi: Sridevi’s death and the post-mortem report provided by the Dubai Police which said the legendary actress died due to accidental drowning are still shrouded in a mystery.

Ved Bhushan, a retired ACP of Delhi Police, came up with an opinion that the actress’ death looked like a ‘planned murder’. However, what seemed even more shocking was the new angle to the case.

According to Bhushan, who visited the Jumeirah Emirates Towers in Dubai to probe the incident, underworld don Dawood Ibrahim may have a hand in it since he has a stronghold in the United Arab Emirates’ city and his close relationship with the Dubai prince’s family.

This could’ve stopped the Dubai Police from further investigating the matter adding that not even the hotel staff is ready to cooperate with the probe on Sridevi’s death.

To clear his suspicion and doubts, the retired ACP of Delhi Police, who runs a private investigation agency, said that he along with his investigation team also visited a hotel in Dubai, owned by Dawood, and stayed there for a night. He is now planning to make file an appeal in the Supreme Court on this investigation so that the death of Sridevi can be re-examined.

According to the retired cop, when he and his investigating team members requested the Dubai Police to handover Sridevi’s blood samples, information about how much amount of water was found in her lungs and other information associated with the incident, they denied them access. He said, in the name of documents, they just gave him a copy of Sridevi’s post-mortem report.

He further alleged the Dubai Police for their lousy investigation on Sridevi’s death and said that they didn’t even check the CCTV footages of the hotel room.

He also raised his suspicion on an insurance policy worth Rs 240 crore in Sridevi’s name in Oman which could only be encashed if the actress died in Dubai. Singh’s lawyer senior advocate Vikas Singh also argued about the same before the Supreme Court while hearing a plea seeking probe into the death of the veteran actress. But the apex court on Friday, 11 May, rejected the plea.

Bhushan has claimed that he has collected a lot of evidences to back his theory and will soon reveal the actual reason behind Sridevi’s death when the time comes.

Earlier, Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy had raised doubts on Sridevi’s death while the investigation was underway.

Siddharth Raghvendra Raghuvanshi
Siddharth Raghvendra Raghuvanshi
Editorial Assistant of Sirf News with experience in covering sports and entertainment for Navbharat Times and Network 18's IBN Lokmat


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