No Suicide Note In Sushant Case, But My Hubby Left One: Anvay Naik’s Wife

The wife and daughter of Anvay Naik, who allegedly killed himself in 2018 and named Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami and two others in his suicide note, thanked Maharashtra police for action in the case on Wednesday and said they finally hope for justice.

“I don’t know why no action was taken in the case since 2018. I lost my husband and my mother-in-law. My husband had written names of three people in the suicide note. If he had got the money (allegedly owed by them to him), he and his mother would have been alive today. He was trapped in a vicious circle and his rightful dues were not paid to him,” said Akshata Naik, Anvay’s wife, speaking to journalists on Wednesday outside their Prabhadevi residence. Anvay allegedly strangled his mother before he killed himself; his note started with ‘We are committing suicide due to…’.


Adnya said, “My father spent his money, energy, sweat and blood on the project. Despite this, Goswami ensured my father did not get his dues. He continuously threatened my father saying that he will finish his and my career.”

She also levelled allegations against the former investigating officer. “From February-March 2019, we had gone to Alibag police station to collect my father’s suicide note and chemical analysis report. The investigating officer, Suresh Wadare, asked us to sign a paper and when we read it we found that they had mentioned a line the paper which read “we have filed this complaint to take revenge and now we want to take our case back.” I remember this line, but not the entire content. After reading the paper, I tried to take a picture of that which the officer opposed and then he tore the page and asked us to leave,” she said.

“Why was Arnab given privilege as an accused? Is he god? His statement was recorded in the joint CP’s office in Mumbai police commissionerate. We met Sanjay Barve at that time. We met Anil Paraskar, SP Raigad, several times and also wrote to PMO India. But no one helped us.”


“On May 5, 2020, on my father’s death anniversary, we decided to raise our voice for justice and we uploaded some videos. A few days later, Republic TV issued a statement on their Twitter handle saying that police had filed a closure report in this case. It is then that we learnt that our case has been closed. The investigation was botched up,” added Adnya.

Adnya said they filed four complaints in 2020 after they started getting threats. “We filed two complaints at Murbad police station and two at Dadar police station, after my mother and I started getting threats and people started following us,” she said. “We don’t want to make it a political issue. We just want justice and a fair investigation.”

Source: Times Of India