Sooraj Pancholi’s lawyer Prashant Patil has requested the court not to use evidence, which was produced by Rabia Khan against Pancholi in the death of her daughter, Jiah Khan.

According to Asian Age, Khan has added a claim that includes a report from a forensic stating her daughter’s death does look like a murder rather than a suicide. However, Patil has put forward how despite Pancholi being granted bail four years ago, he had yet to be given a fair trial. Due to this, Khan’s request should be refused.

Patil apparently argued that the suicide note found as a part of evidence with the case was also a part of a diary which has included a lot of other evidence, however is available for the court.

It seems like this is one case that will last a little longer than anticipated.

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  • Rabya

    he so called suicide note also raises questions. Jiah khan had according to the timeline no time to write a six page letter and hide it in her drawer. According to the Forensic Expert, a person in suicidal state of mind leave the letter where they wrote it because as stated by him in his report, ‘In my work I have noticed that people who commit suicide and leave a letter, they want it to be found’. He further added, ‘The letter is to tell their state of mind, their feelings, their pain and why they think there is no way out for them, whereas in Jiah Khan’s letter she is writing about her trip and sister. People committing suicide do not think in the future sense.’

  • Rabya

    wanted to stay awake to greet her youngest sister, Kavita, who was arriving at 3am on a flight from Heathrow. Jiah had been shopping that day and bought Kavita some gold jewellery. The sisters texted non-stop before the plane took off. “We bombarded each other with emojis,” says Kavita. “We couldn’t wait to see each other.”