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It is learnt that the police have sent letters to various embassies requesting the authorities to provide the names of drivers present on the hotel premises when the incident took place. Their statements would be recorded to reconstruct the sequence of events leading to Dilvar's death. While the police are awaiting the External Affairs Ministry's response to their report on the incident, the Ministry has sought legal opinion on the issue of diplomatic immunity enjoyed by Mansaur Ali.
Meanwhile, refuting the charges that the hotel authorities were not cooperating with the police, Ravi Dubey, senior vice-president (Corporate Affairs and Projects), Taj Group of Hotels, said: "We wish to put on record that the Group is committed to fully cooperating with the authorities to enable them conduct all necessary investigations. We are in touch with the investigating agencies to provide them with relevant facts and records relating to this matter.'' On the other hand, the police today maintained that the footage of the incident, which was apparently taken by a closed-circuit camera, was missing.
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