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No clues in TV journalist's murder
Onkar Singh in New Delhi | October 01, 2008 17:39 IST
Last Updated: October 01, 2008 17:42 IST
The Delhi [Images] police has confirmed that it has not been able to make any headway in the murder of television journalist Soumya Vishwanathan. Somaya was shot dead when she was returning from her office to her residence in Vasant Kunj on Tuesday morning around 2.45.
"No, we have no clues so far," Rajan Bhagat Delhi police PRO told rediff.com.
The matter is being investigated by S S Hasan, station house officer of the Vasant Kunj police station.
Soumya, 25, was a producer at Headlines Today and prior to that she was working with CNN-IBN. She had called up her mother just prior to the murder and told her that she should be home in next ten minutes or so.
Initially the police had thought that Soumya was killed in a road accident on Nelson Mandela Marg. But during post mortem a bullet was found in her head.
The police found another bullet lodged in the front tyre of her car wheel.
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