The media has been buzzing with speculations that the six paged letter by actress Jiah Khan doesn’t match the handwriting of the actress. But a police officer has termed these reports as nothing but mere “media speculations”.
The officer denied that their department ever released a statement stating that the letter has been sent for forensic examination. But the officer said that the letter will now be sent for an examination.
“There is no new development as such. All these reports in the media which say that the handwriting does not match are media speculation. We have not released any such statement. The letter will now be sent to forensic experts," Vishwas Nangre Patil, Additional Commissioner of Police (West), said.
Actress Jiah Khan committed suicide on June 3 by hanging herself in her home in Mumbai. Few days later her mother handed the police the letter, which also served as a suicide note, in which she talked about her doomed relationship with alleged boyfriend Suraj Pancholi, the son of actors Zarina Wahab and Aditya Pancholi.
Suraj Pancholi was arrested on June 10. His bail plea hearing is on June 21.
Media has been rife with reports about the anomalies in the letter and many leading dailies reported that the handwriting in the letter doesn’t match that of the actress.
Kavita, Jiah's younger sister, said: "This is all speculation. The letter was written by her only. Why would anyone do this for no reason?"