Delhi court summons Shashi Tharoor

Putting senior congress leader Shashi Tharoor in a tough situation, a Delhi court has summoned the former UPA minister in the Sunanda Pushkar death case.

As per a media report, the congress leader has been asked to present himself before the respective court on 7 June, 2018.

The judge who has considered the case has observed that there are enough documents to justify its decision to summon the former minister as an accused in the case.

Earlier, the Delhi police found that there were enough evidences to charge the abetment of suicide charge against Mr Tharoor in the murder case of Mrs Tharoor.

The wife of Mr Tharoor, Sunanda Pushkar, was found dead in a suit of a renowned hotel located in the national capital, Delhi. In the earlier stage of investigation itself, there were allegations that the senior congress leader had some sort of connection with the mysterious death of Sunanda Pushkar. But, those conduced preliminary investigation awarded a clean-chit to the renowned writer-cum-politician.

Recently, when the Delhi police declared that Mr Tharoor was guilty of the abetment of suicide and the section 498 A, the leaders of the congress party alleged that it was a politically motivated move. Then, Mr Tharoor also expressed wonder in the way the case overturned.

Notably, the leader has not yet commented on the latest development.



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