Sridevi's death is a murder, claims retired Delhi ACP Ved Bhushan
After conducting his own investigation into Sridevi's death, retired assistant commissioner of police of Delhi, in a statement, said that it looked like a planned murder.
Bollywood star Sridevi's death has raised several doubts. The apex court on Friday, rejected the plea as the counsel Vikas Singh raised questions on how could a 5.7-foot tall person drown in a 5.1-foot bathtub.
Sunil Singh, a petitioner has moved the Supreme Court by challenging a Delhi High Court order which rejected his plea seeking probe into the death.
Ved Bhushan is a retired assistant commissioner of police of Delhi, who owns a private investigation agency and has come up with his opinion that Sridevi's death cannot be labeled as accidental drowning as it looked like a planned murder.
Bhushan has visited Jumeirah Emirates Towers in Dubai but he wasn't allowed to enter the hotel room where Sridevi had stayed. So he recreated the entire scene in another room and came to the conclusion that something was mysterious.
After conducting his own investigation into Sridevi's death, Bhushan in a statement said that it's very easy to put someone in a bathtub forcefully until the victim's breathing stops without leaving evidence of the crime and label it as an accidental death.
The entire nation was taken aback on February 24 with the news of the sudden demise of veteran actress Sridevi. The initial reports suggested that the actress died of massive cardiac arrest. After the forensic report was released by the Dubai police on February 26, it said that the actress died of accidental drowning and that there were traces of alcohol in her body.
The retired ACP Bhushan who is still investigating the case feels that Sridevi's death is a murder and the case requires high-level investigation.