'Sunanda Pushkar Was Distraught, Claimed George Bush Was Consulting Her' | Read

PUBLISHED ON: January 21, 2015 | Duration: 14 min, 50 sec

  
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As Delhi Police gets ready to question Congress lawmaker Shashi Tharoor in the murder case of his wife Sunanda Pushkar, a different picture has emerged from witnesses and friends of the high-profile couple. A close friend of Ms Pushkar, 77-year-old Tej Saraf, has broken his silence to NDTV. Ms Pushkar and Mr Tharoor stayed at Mr Saraf's home in Goa just a couple of weeks before she died. Mr Saraf, who is now retired from the corporate world, claims she was taking "fistfuls of medicines", including alprax, and exhibiting bizarre behaviour. According to Mr Saraf, Ms Pushkar claimed that George Bush sought her advice. She also fainted twice during the Goa visit. Mr Saraf said Ms Pushkar was distraught by Subramamian Swamy's tweets about her son being arrested. Mr Saraf told NDTV he was ready to talk to the police.
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