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Sunanda case: Cops fail to identify fingerprints

DNMUM409627 | 3/13/2018 | Author : Sumit Kumar Singh | WC :266 | India

Investigators failed to turn crime scene evidence into lead
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New Delhi: The Delhi Police have failed to identity the “unknown fingerprints” found in the room at Hotel Leela where Sunanda Pushkar, wife of Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, was found dead four years ago, derailing the investigation in the mysterious death.
The police had stumbled upon the crucial evidence — the fingerprints — at the crime scene, but investigators could not turn this into a lead.
The fingerprint report, exclusively accessed by DNA, says, “Five chance prints from the right side lamp table of the bed (where Sunanda was found dead) and two from the head side portion of the bed have been developed and photographed. Two chance prints have been developed from the broken glass.”
DNA reported on Sunday that a
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