‘My husband killed Satish Kaushik for 15 crores’, woman’s sensational claim My husband may have poisoned Satish Kaushik: Wife of Delhi businessman

Satish KaushikImage Credit source: Twitter/Sunil Shetty New Delhi: A woman in Delhi has made a sensational claim regarding the death of Bollywood actor and filmmaker Satish Kaushik. The name of the woman is Saanvi Malu. Saanvi is the second wife of Vikas Malu, a Delhi-based businessman and director of the Kuber Group. Saanvi has written a letter to the Delhi Police Commissioner saying that her husband killed Satish Kaushik for Rs 15 crore. Sanvi has alleged in her letter that Satish Kaushik had given a loan of Rs 15 crore to her husband (Vikas Malu). Satish was demanding his money back. For this, he once met Vikas in Dubai. During this, there was a heated debate between the two. Vikas had also promised to return the money to Kaushik. Read this also- Before his death, Satish Kaushik had said – do not want to die, save him, made a special request to the manager. Satish Kaushik died due to a heart attack. They went. During this, it is possible that Vikas has poisoned him (Kaushik) so that he does not have to return 15 crores. Please tell that Sanvi had accused her husband Vikas Malu of rape last year. However, the police have ruled out any conspiracy in Satish Kaushik’s death and their autopsy report states that the actor died of a heart attack. At the same time, Kaushik’s family has not made any allegations yet. Read this also – The reason came out in the postmortem report, Satish Kaushik died of cardiac arrest Some medicines recovered from the farmhouse On the other hand, Delhi Police has recovered some medicines from the farmhouse where Satish Kaushik had attended a party. A day after this i.e. on March 9, he died due to a heart attack. His health deteriorated on Wednesday night and he was taken to Fortis Hospital in Gurugram, adjacent to Delhi, where doctors told that he had died before reaching the hospital.

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