He was strategically on duty and was killed with three bullets- to be sure to be sure.
Somebody knew this timing was going to be important. Somebody knew what was coming next day.
This is parallel to Dr Kafeel Khan going to drive cylinders instead of managing patients in ward.
I have a strong suspicion this was an assasination, not a natural death from sickness. I’ll tell you why.
First, she’d be likely confidante of Hemant and a risk of disclosures.
If she had hypertension so bad she’d suffer massive brain haemorrhage that killed her within two days, her kidneys would not be fit for transplant.
Her brain hemorrhage wasn’t ‘natural’. timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/In…
How many honest IPS officers can afford two daughters studying in the US?