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Bansal sent his original suicide note to CBI HQ via speed post

The suicide notes mention the name of five persons including a DIG rank officer, two female officers of the rank of SP and DSP, the investigating officer in the graft case and a head constable for torturing Bansal and his family. Meanwhile, CBI has started internal probe on the allegations made on CBI officers.

A day after the duo was found hanging from the ceiling fan in separate rooms at their residence in Neelkanth apartment in East Delhi, the suicide notes were allegedly received by the CBI officials on Wednesday. According to sources, the suicide note sent to the CBI headquarters was the original copy (handwritten with blue ink pen) as the Delhi Police had recovered four photo-copies of the two suicide notes—one written by Bansal and another by Yogesh.

Meanwhile, it was also learnt that on Wednesday afternoon, some of the media houses also received the photo-copies of the suicide notes written by the duo. Sources said that there was a possibility that the cops could have hidden the suicide notes under political pressure. “But Bansal wanted to highlight the alleged harassment by the CBI officers. Hence, he had distributed the suicide notes to the media-houses as well,” the source added.

Bansal had left a five-page suicide note while Yogesh had written a two-page suicide note. Bansal gives details of how the women officers of CBI allegedly abused and beat up his wife when he was in two- day CBI custody in the graft case. “I am committing suicide due to CBI torture,” Bansal writes in the suicide note, seeking probe into the role of investigating officers including a DIG rank officer of the CBI. The DIG rank officer (name withheld) is at present out of the country.

He alleged that the CBI DIG also claimed that he was close to a politician of the ruling party and dared Bansal to do whatever he wanted. He further accused the DIG of saying that Bansal’s wife and daughter would be subjected to such  torture that they would ask for death.

“This cannot be termed as suicide. It is a murder of two ladies,” he said, adding that the DIG and the “fat” Havaldar should be subjected to lie detector test to know the truth. The copies of the suicide notes are in possession with Millennium Post.

Meanwhile, the CBI has started an internal probe into the case after receiving a communication from the Delhi Police. CBI also added that if the officers of CBI, who are mentioned in the suicide note, are found guilty they will be punished.

Bansal along with three others was arrested by the CBI on the intervening night of July 16 and 17. He was produced in the court on July 17 and was in police custody for two days. On July 19, when he was supposed to be produced before the court, it was learnt that his wife and daughter have committed suicide. The suicide note written by Bansal alleged that his family was tortured when he was in police custody.
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