Sridevi death investigation: Death of Sridevi is an accident, no conspiracy?

Sridevi death investigation: Death of Sridevi is an accident, no conspiracy?
In the afternoon of February 24 Bollywood actress Sridevi checked in the room no. 2201 of Dubai’s Jumeirah Emirates Tower. After this, she remained alone in her room for the next 48 hours and did not even come out once. The news of her death comes out from her room after that 48 hours, she was found dead in a bathtub in the hotel room. Now the Dubai Public Prosecution has started the death investigation of Bollywood star Sridevi. Before reaching any conclusion with the so many reasons of Sridevi’s death, two things are creating confusion. First of all, the Dubai Police has made it clear that the death of Sridevi is an accident, no conspiracy. Secondly that their death will still be examined and there will be inquiries from all of her known.
According to the Sources of Gulf News, the Boney Kapoor, husband of Sridevi, was called in the Dubai Police Station for questioning. In the United Arab Emirates, India’s Ambassador Navdeep Singh Suri had earlier told the Indian media that he had got approval from the Dubai administration to extradite Sridevi’s body. Chief Prosecutor told, “The results of postmortem of the accidental death and forensic examination are sent to the public prosecutor, after which the body of the Sridevi has been issued to the family or relatives.”
According to the Dubai Media, the Dubai Police has transferred this case to the Dubai Public Prosecutor who will Follow regular legal procedures in such cases. Initial investigation of the General Department of Forensic Evidence, Dubai revealed that Sridevi was killed after being unconscious in the bathtub of the hotel room. Moreover, the laboratory results revealed that she had consumed alcohol. Also, the Gulf police said that neither did she suffer a cardiac arrest like how it was reported earlier and also there was no clear criminal motive with regard to her death,

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