Bitti Mohanty case: Kerala police to quiz Odisha ex-DGP
Cuttack: A Kerala police team will arrive here on Friday to question former Odisha DGP B B Mohanty, whose son Bittihotra jumped parole in 2006 in Rajasthan for raping a German tourist in Alwar.
The Kerala police team would also verify the educational documents of bank probationary officer Raghav Rajan, who has denied that he was Bittihotra, and who was arrested on March 8 from Alwar in that state for producing fake academic certificates.
Rajan possessed academic certificates which were issued by educational institutes in Cuttack and Bhubaneswar.
Sources said, the Kerala police team would verify the documents with the Stewart School here and at KIIT University in Bhubaneswar.
The police claimed that the youth, who claimed to be from Andhra Pradesh, was none other than Bitihotra.
The senior Mohanty was unwilling to speak to media on the issue claiming that the matter was sub-judice.
The sources, quoting Mohanty, said that the Kerala police were in touch with the former DGP and have informed him about their arrival in Cuttack to question him.
In 2007 the Rajasthan police had come here thrice looking for the former DGP but he had given them the slip.
For more news in Malayalam, click www.zeemalayalam.com
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Indian Army conducts surgical strikes across LoC: Watch DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh's PC
- Pak forces will teach Zee News what real surgical strike is: Hafiz Saeed
- Indian Army targets terror camps across LoC; Pak PM Sharif condemns
- 7 terror camps destroyed by Indian Army in surgical strikes
- DNA: Indian Army carries out surgical strikes across LoC
- Hafiz Saeed threatens Zee News, says Pak forces will teach what real surgical strikes are
- What is surgical strike and how it is conducted - MUST KNOW for every Indian
- Pak postpones SAARC Summit after five member states pull out of conference: As it happened
- Surgical strikes across LoC in Pakistan were filmed, videos kept as proof
- India's surgical strikes: Pakistan buries slain terrorists to hide evidence, asks Masood Azhar to go mum