Kerala DGP claims Sridevi’s death was murder

It’s been over a year since Sridevi‘s death. While the veteran actress’ death raised many doubts from accidental drowning to murder a lot has been said and written. As many thought after ad nauseam it’s done and dusted, now Kerala DGP (Prisons) Rishiraj Singh has raised his suspicion over the actress’ death stating that it was a murder and not an accident.

In a column for newspaper Kerala Kaumudi he wrote about the discussion that took place between him and his forensic expert friend late Dr Umadathan. “My friend and the late forensic expert Dr Umadathan had told me long back that Sridevi’s death might have been a murder and not an accidental death. This he told me when I asked him about Sridevi’s death, out of curiosity,” wrote Singh.

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“He also pointed out certain facts to back his claims. According to him, a person will never drown in one-foot deep water, however much he drinks. He will drown only if somebody holds his both legs and sinks his head into the water,” he added. From Subramanian Swamy to many others had their own versions on the death of Sridevi, who dies on February 24, 2018, in a plus Dubai hotel.