Mumbai: Three witnesses and the
complainant in the case related to alleged fake encounter of
Ramnarayan Gupta, a suspected aide of gangster Chhota Rajan,
underwent lie-detector tests, police sources said on Tuesday.
Ramnarayan alias Lakhan Bhaiyya was killed allegedly
in a staged encounter by a police team headed by then
Inspector Pradeep Sharma on November 11, 2006 in Versova here.
Sharma, an `encounter specialist` now dismissed from
service, Constables Ratnakar Kamble and Tanaji Desai and three
others were arrested in the case on January 7.
As part of its probe, Special Investigating Team (SIT)
headed by Deputy Police Commissioner M M Prasanna last week
conducted lie-detector tests on the witnesses and advocate
Ramprasad Gupta, brother of Ramnarayan and the complainant,
the sources said.
Results of the polygraph test were not revealed.
Through the tests, police wanted to know whether the
allegations levelled by the complainant were true, they added.
Advocated Ganesh Iyyer, Ramanarayan`s friend Anil Beda
and his wife Aruna are the witnesses who were subjected to
these tests, the sources added.
Questions posed to Ramprasad included if he had sent
separate telegrams to the Police Commissioners of Mumbai, Navi
Mumbai and Thane soon after his brother was picked up by
police as he claimed in his complaint.