Ghaziabad: An IAS officer, who was the
incharge of Noida when the infamous Nithari killings case
surfaced in 2006, has deposed before a CBI Special court
saying that an inquiry ordered by him into the case of missing
children was "inconclusive".
District Magistrate, Saharanpur, Gaurav Verma appeared
before the CBI Special court Judge Shyam Lal here yesterday as
a witness of CBI, which was handed over the sensational
Nithari killings case.
Verma, while testifying before the court in the murder
case of 10-year-old Pushpa, said he had ordered an inquiry
into the 2006 case.
The result of the inquiry conducted was inconclusive,
he told the court, according to CBI advocate J P Sharma said.
10-year-old Pushpa, daughter of a rickshaw puller
Sunil Biswas, had gone missing in June 2006.