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Karn Pratap Singh, New Delhi: The Delhi Police are yet to look at the CCTV footage that could help identify the
two men who mailed to media houses the “suicide notes” left behind by a former government official and his son, blaming the CBI for their deaths, HT has found.
BK Bansal, arrested by the CBI in a corruption case, and his son Yogesh were on September 27 found hanging from ceiling fans in their east Delhi home. His wife and daughter had killed themselves a few days after Bansal was arrested in July.
The CBI has come in for criticism over its handling of the case and rights bodies have sought reply on the allegations made in the suicide notes.
“Who delivered the notes, why, and on whose instructions has nothing to do with our inquest proceeding,” a senior police officer said, refusing to be identified. He said their job was to ascertain if the Bansals committed suicide or were murdered.
The men could be a crucial link in the case as original suicide notes have not been found though the envelopes bore BK Bansal’s name as the sender.
Photocopies of the handwritten notes, which were also mailed to offices of the CBI and nine media houses, found in the house named five agency officers and said they tortured and humiliated them.
Two men had come to Kalka Enterprises, a courier service in east Delhi’s Laxmi Nagar, to get the letters posted. The two men can be seen in the CCTV but the police are yet to identify them.
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The courier firm’s zonal security officer Surendra Dagar said he spoke to investigating officer Sanjay Kumar and requested him to collect the footage.
“The IO asked me to keep the footage, saying they would collect it if required in the future,” Dagar told HT.