NCP leader Jwala Dhote and family members of Nikita Chaudhary (23), whose half-charred body was discovered in Suraburdi earlier this month, stated that the police investigations into the matter were opaque and that they had already concluded it was a suicide.
Dhote, who was joined by members of Nikita’s family, told reporters that police were denying them access to documents like the post-mortem report, the FIR, the forensic report, and the punchnama.
“We asked the police multiple times for these records, but they refused. We’ve sent a letter to the police about this through an advocate. Initially, I was instructed to come pick up the paperwork, but within 10 minutes, I received a call from the police department stating that they were overburdened and could not release the documents “a family member said
Dhote alleged that soon after the body was discovered, police commissioner Amitesh Kumar had already declared in the media that it was most likely a suicide case. “CP said it was suicide without checking the forensic report or post-mortem report. No junior officer may cross their superior, hence the investigation is now centered on that “she stated
Dhote also said investigation has been shoddy as there are several things police could have investigated deeper. “Why would someone go so far away to kill herself? Nikita must have been called there by someone.