Rest in peace, Sunanda: Mehr Tarar
Posted on Jan 18 2014 | IBNS
New Delhi, Jan 18 : Pakistani journalist Mehr Tarar, who was involved in a Twitter war with Sunanda Pushkar, has expressed her shock over the death of the ailing wife of Union Minister of State for Human Resource Development Shashi Tharoor.
"What the hell. Sunanda. Oh my God," tweeted Mehr Tarar.
"I just woke up and read this. I'm absolutely shocked. This is too awful for words. So tragic I don't know what to say. Rest in peace,Sunanda," Mehr Tarar posted on micro-blogging site Twitter.
Pushka was found dead at Leela Palace Hotel in New Delhi on Friday, fuelling speculations on the cause of her demise since the couple was caught in a controversy over their "hacked" Twitter account and some tweets that involved the Pakistani woman journalist linked to Tharoor romantically.
Kashmir born Sunanda Pushkar was 52. She was a sales director in the Dubai-based TECOM Investments, and a co-owner of Rendezvous Sports World. She had last tweeted to an acquaintance that she was sick and if she died she would go from the world smiling.
Whether she committed suicide or died from her sickness- she said she had also got tuberculosis- was not immediately known.
Media reports had also suggested some marital discord between Sunanda and Shashi Tharoor but in one of her last interviews she said she loved her husband and would not leave him while slamming Mehr Tarar for stalking her husband and even called her an ISI agent.
Pushkar was found dead in room number 345 at around 830 pm after Shashi Tharoor returned to the five-star hotel attending the All India Congress Committee (AICC) session for the whole day.
Her body was discovered after the door of her room was broken open.