Melbourne. Even 6 years after the mysterious death of Indian-Fiji nurse Monica Chetty, the issue has not been resolved. Now Australian investigators have announced a multi-million dollar reward for information leading to the deaths.
Investigators have not been able to find any major clues about the death even after 6 years. Therefore, a reward of USD 5 lakh (Rs 3.70 crore) has been announced for information leading to the resolution of this case. A senior investigating officer informed this on Friday.
Monica Chetty died mysteriously in 2014, which is still under investigation and no concrete evidence has been found.
A New South Wales Police spokesman said an investigation was under way, but no arrests had been made. He confirmed that a legal inquiry into the nurse’s mysterious death would begin in the next week or two. All eyes are on the murder of Indian-Fiji nurse Monica in Australia.