AIIMS forensic chief, Gupta had alleged that AIIMS had illegally purged his seniority with “malafide intention” to punish him for refusing to act unprofessionally in the Sunanda Pushkar autopsy.
The tests were conducted after metropolitan magistrate Sunil Kumar Sharma, during in-camera proceedings on May 20, allowed the police to conduct them on the three people after their consent.
“Generally, the viscera reports were found positive only for ethyl alcohol, methyl alcohol, phosphides, zinc phosphide and aluminium phosphide,” the authors observed.
The three suspects–Tharoor’s domestic help Narain Singh, driver Bajrangi and friend Sanjay Dewan — said they were willing to undergo the polygraph test.
Delhi police seeks to initiate polygraph tests for 3 people ‘closely associated’ with Tharoor and Pushkar.
The bench also issued notices to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and AIIMS seeking their reply on Gupta’s plea by July.
On January 20, the Delhi Police had handed over two laptops and four mobile phones to Gujarat DFS to retrieve the data.
Sources in the police said that a formal request may be sent to her through “official channels” to join the investigations.
CAT clears Shashi Tharoor of allegedly putting pressure on AIIMS doctor to submit a “tailor-made autopsy report”.
“Tomorrow Tharoor will be quizzed again because we need clarification on certain points from him,” said Commissioner Bassi.
Son Shiv Menon interacted with SIT members who asked him to join the probe.
Sunanda Pushkar was found dead in a luxury hotel room here January 17, 2014.
Sources said Singh was asked to narrate the sequence of events on the day Sunanda called him.
SIT asked Singh if Sunanda had discussed anything about Tharoor’s alleged affair with journalist Mehr Tarar.
Tharoor was questioned by police on January 19 for around four hours at the office of AATS.