Sonali Phogat Case: Goa Police got 3 diaries from Sonali Phogat's house, many mobile numbers are registered

Publish Date: 03 Sep, 2022 |

How did BJP leader Sonali Phogat die, did Sonali really have a heart attack. Goa Police is continuously investigating to solve the mystery of these questions. Police have seized three diaries from Sonali Phogat's house in Hisar. Apart from this, the police have also sealed the locker of Sonali's room.

Phogat’s brother talks to goa police

Sonali Phogat's brothers Watan Dhaka and Rinku Dhaka said that they have spoken to the Goa Police and they have informed them that they will go to Sudhir Sangwan's house in Rohtak today for questioning. Earlier, Goa Police has got 3 red diaries. The police can interrogate Sangwan's family members regarding these diaries. According to sources, in 3 red diaries found from Sonali Phogat's house, there is an account of the transaction of money between Sonali and Sudhir. In this, there is mention of money invested in other states including Haryana.

Sonali's appointment is also written in these diaries. Sonali's income and expenses have also been mentioned in the diary. The names and numbers of some politicians have been recorded in these diaries. Apart from this, the names and numbers of some bureaucrats and the workers working with Sonali are also recorded.

Sonali's property is being totalled to Rs 110 crore

Sonali's brother-in-law Aman Poonia while talking to reporters said that Sonali's family has no faith in Goa Police, so a judicial inquiry is necessary. Poonia said that Sonali's property worth Rs 110 crore is being told, the truth is that all this ancestral property belongs to her in-laws, which was received by her after her husband's death. The property consists of 6.5 acres of agricultural land, three shops and a house.


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