Nothing found against accused officers: CBI
If sources are to be believed, in the initial probe, the CBI has not found anything against their officials who have been accused of harassment, torture and threat in the dying declaration by Bansal and his son.
On Thursday, during 17th DP Kohli Memorial Lecture, Anil Sinha, Director of CBI, refused to divulge the details of the ongoing internal probe.
However, he assured that once the probe is complete the details will be made public. Meanwhile, other officials in the CBI also preferred to stay tight-lipped in the matter.
It was learnt that Delhi Police who are conducting inquest proceeding in the suicide case has asked the CBI for few documents that are required in the investigation along with the initial probe report.
These documents include a detailed account of the investigations that was carried out in the bribery case.
“The CBI report gives complete breakup of timings as to when and how Bansal was questioned. It has also given details about the type of food the bureaucrat was served during the investigation.
The report gives complete account of people with whom Bansal was confronted with by the probe agency,” the source said.
According to sources, the CBI had handed over copies of documents along with other essential evidence that indicate a clean chit to DIG Sanjiv Gautam.
In the dying declaration, Bansal had mentioned that Sanjiv Gautam along with Rekha Sangwan and Amrita Kaur, women officers of the CBI, had tortured his family.