In our earlier POST we have mentioned about the letter written by the families of the ten foreigners to the Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi but we could not get the copy of the letter at that time but one of the family members whose kin had died in Goa under the mysterious circumstances had sent the copy of the letter to the editor of Goa Prism.
According to the records, around 245 foreigners have died in Goa’s four major districts in the past 12 years and surprisingly there are several similarities in all those cases of the death which occurred under mysterious circumstances.
Till date, none of the cases have been solved and the complicity of Goa Police in the cases had been alleged. The death of an Irish backpacker Danielle McLaughlin is the most recent one followed by the mysterious death of Scarlett Keeling in Anjuna.
The families of the 10 foreigner tourists who died in Goa under mysterious circumstances have finally come together to take up the matter with the highest authority in India. In the letter written by them, it has been mentioned that Goa Police has not done the proper investigations in all the cases.
“The quality of the work of the police in Goa should be investigated. Instead of investigating the murders and killings, the local police want to cover up the truth,” states the letter.
The only thing that bereaved families asking from Prime Minister about carrying out the comprehensive and unbiased investigations in all the cases and punish the culprits, said the sources.
“We fervently request a commission led by Supreme Court Judge to analyze the investigations of the deaths of Caitanya Holt, Felix Dahl, James Durkin, Kyle Arndt, Scarlett Keeling, Denyse Sweeney, Stephen Bennett, Martin Neighbour, Michael Harvey and Jonathan Burbank to ensure a proper, unbiased and comprehensive investigation to reveal the truth about their deaths,” says the letter
Here are the contents (images) of the original letter sent to the Prime Minister of India, by the families of the ten foreigners, who died in Goa under the mysterious condition, and according to them, the Goa police had never done the proper investigations in all the cases.
HERE ARE THE COPIES OF THE LETTER TO THE PM
NOTE: THE ABOVE LETTER HAS BEEN PUBLISHED WITHOUT ANY EDITING OR CHANGES TO IT.