Geetika suicide: Cops to probe allegations of accused`s dad
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Last Updated: Monday, December 17, 2012, 21:58
  
New Delhi: A Delhi court on asked a senior police officer to conduct an inquiry into the allegations of harassments levelled by the father of Chanshivroop Singh, an aide and co-accused of former Haryana minister Gopla Kanda in Geetika Sharma suicide case.

Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate DK Jangala asked the joint commissioner of police of city's northern range to hold an inquiry into the allegations of Chanshivroop's father Harminder Singh.

Harminder Singh had alleged that the police was forcing him to file a complaint that Kanda's brother and relatives were threatening him and that he was forced to sign papers purportedly complaining about threat to his life from Kanda.

The police had arrested Chanshivroop Singh, an assistant manager in Kanda's MDLR, allegedly because he was the person who had gone to Dubai where Geetika was working with Emirates Airlines and told its officials that she had earlier secured a job with MDLR on the basis of fake and forged documents.

The prosecution had also alleged that he had sent fake e-mails to Geetika informing her about extradition proceedings against her in Dubai to pressurise her to join back MDLR.

Chanshivroop had been released on bail and and had also recorded his statement as a witness before a magisterial court after he expressed his wish to become an approver.

The court had on December 13 dropped the move to make Chanshivroop an approver as he had failed to appear before it and according to the police, had fled to the USA.

In its charge sheet filed against Kanda and co-accused Aruna Chaddha on October 6, police had said it would file a supplementary charge sheet as it is still ascertaining the role of Chanshivroop, who, it said, had sent the forged e-mail to Geetika about the alleged extradition proceedings against her in Dubai and also kept a tab on her in the gulf country.

PTI


First Published: Monday, December 17, 2012, 21:53


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