Ram Kadam stated that Tunisha Sharma’s family will receive justice and that the issue would be properly investigated from all possible perspectives.
Ram Kadam, a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party, today said that the high-profile death of an actress in Maharashtra was the result of “love jihad.” On the set of a television programme in Vasai, in the Palghar district of Maharashtra, Tunisha Sharma is said to have committed suicide on Saturday. Tunisha’s co-star in the television series “Ali Baba: Dastaan-E-Kabul,” Sheezan Mohammed Khan, was detained after a case of aiding suicide was filed against him based on a complaint by Tunisha’s mother. The FIR in the case revealed that the two were dating and had split up 15 days prior, which may have pushed the actor over the brink.
The case will be thoroughly probed, and all angles will be looked into, Ram Kadam said, adding that the guilty will not be spared, and Tunisha Sharma’s family will get justice.
“The investigation will expose the truth, but Tunisha Sharma’s family will 100% get justice. And if this is a case of love jihad, then the police will also explore what organisations are behind it and who the conspirators are,” he continued.
The Vasai court in Mumbai sentenced Sheezan Mohammed Khan to four days in police prison this afternoon. Sharad Rai, Mr. Khan’s attorney, addressed the media while in court and stated, “Police and the court are attempting to find out what transpired. Sheezan Khan has been brought into the courtroom. The claims made against him are unfounded.”
A second co-star, Parth Zutshi, was contacted by the police on Sunday to answer questions on the event.
Mr. Zutshi, who claimed to have been away from the sets at the time of the event, was speaking to the reporters outside the police station “Police brought me in for a questioning and asked me some basic inquiries. Since it was a personal situation for her, I am unable to remark on how she and her relationships are.”
When taking a tea break while filming, the 20-year-old actor was discovered hanging in the bathroom; according to Waliv police, they had to force open the door after she hadn’t emerged for a while. Around 1:30 am, the filming team transported her to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
Although Tunisha Sharma’s coworkers said that she committed suicide, a police check on the site revealed that no suicide note had been found. They stated that they will look into her death from both a murder and a suicide perspective.