New Delhi, Sep 28, 2016: CBI launches inquiry towards officers probing Bansal case. The CBI on Wednesday mentioned it had launched an inquiry in opposition to its officers probing a corruption case in opposition to suspended Corporate Affairs Ministry officer B.K. Bansal who, alongside along with his 31-year-old son, was discovered hanging in his house on Tuesday.
CBI launches inquiry towards officers probing Bansal case.
The central probe company took the step contemplating Bansal and his son Yogesh’s seven-page suicide notes during which that they had levelled allegations towards some Central Bureau Investigation (CBI) officers for harassing and torturing them.
“We have now in the present day (Wednesday) acquired communication from Delhi Police enclosing therewith the purported hand written notes of B.K. Bansal… and his son Yogesh. It comprises allegations towards sure CBI officers in reference to the continuing bribery investigation towards Bansal and others,” a CBI assertion stated as CBI launches inquiry towards officers probing Bansal case.
Bansal was arrested on July 16 on expenses of receiving a bribe of Rs 9 lakh for extending favours to a company agency. He was coping with issues associated to alleged violations by a Mumbai-based pharmaceutical firm.
A Delhi court had granted bail to Bansal on August 30.
The assertion additional mentioned: “We now have examined the matter and determined to probe the allegations.”
“CBI is totally dedicated to conduct investigation in a good and professional method with out harassment to anyone and strictly inside the parameters of regulation. If any violation is established throughout the probe, strict motion will likely be taken in opposition to the CBI officers involved. The Competent Court shall be knowledgeable,” the assertion added when CBI launches inquiry towards officers probing Bansal case.
Bansal and his son had been discovered hanging from ceiling followers by their maid when she entered the three bed-room flat on the primary ground of Neelkanth Residences in east Delhi’s Patparganj space round eight.30 a.m. on Tuesday.
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