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Jiah Khan’s mother posts Sooraj Pancholi’s love letters,text messages on Twitter

Jiah Khan's mother Rabiya has launched a campaign on micro-blogging site to prove Sooraj Pancholi's role in her suicide.

Written by Sarika Sharma | New Delhi |
June 28, 2013 2:04:36 pm

Bollywood actress Jiah Khan’s mother Rabiya has launched a sustained campaign on micro-blogging site Twitter to prove Sooraj Pancholi’s role in her suicide.

Jiah Khan had committed suicide on June 3 at her Mumbai residence.

Rabiya,who has blamed Jiah’s boyfriend Sooraj Pancholi for her daughter’s untimely death,shared a few love letters and text messages that were exchanged between them on Twitter.

Sooraj Pancholi was arrested on June 10 for allegedly abetting the suicide of his girlfriend actor Jiah Khan. Sooraj is the son of actors Aditya Pancholi and Zarina Wahab.

Sooraj Pancholi has now moved the Bombay High Court seeking bail in connection with the case.

Rabiya also tweeted a love letter and a few messages and further wrote that she had always wanted Jiah to end her relationship with Sooraj because of his “abusive ” nature.

Posting the entire love letter,Rabbiya wrote: “I can not get over how much I told you to leave him.”

Jiah’s lawyers have pointed out that Sooraj’s arrest was based on undated letters that surfaced a few days after Khan’s death. The letter was found by her mother Rabiya and handed over to the police.

In a six-page undated letter allegedly written by Jiah Khan,which the police is using as a dying declaration to charge Sooraj with abetment of suicide,the actor has allegedly spoken of torture and an abortion. However,the letter does not mention when the abortion or abuse took place,and neither attributes any of these specifically to Sooraj,the lawyers have pointed out.

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