CBI fails to answer magistrate court’s queries on cop’s death

Coimbatore: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which had performed an investigation into the death of deputy superintendent of police (DSP) Vishnupriya, on Wednesday failed to answer the queries raised by the chief judicial magistrate (CJM) courtroom. The courtroom will deliver the decision at the petition filed by Vishnupriya’s father subsequent Thursday.
The courtroom wanted to grasp the content material of the telephonic conversations Vishnupriya had with the Namakkal superintendent of police and advocate Malathiya at the day she committed suicide.

Vishnupriya was once investigating the homicide of Gokulraj, a local of Omalur in Salem district. The 23-year-old guy’s beheaded frame was once discovered close to a railway track in Thiruchengode sub-division in Namakkal district on June 24, 2015. She was once discovered striking at her place of abode in Thiruchengode on September 18, 2015. According to her father, she took the extreme step as she was once harassed by her superiors.

The state govt launched a CB-CID inquiry into her death. Her father M Ravi filed a petition prior to the apex courtroom, looking for CBI inquiry. The case was once taken over by CBI from CB-CID. In the overall report submitted in May 2018, CBI said it was once a suicide and ruled out the involvement of senior officers.

However, Ravi filed a petition prior to the CJM courtroom on October 25, 2018 and requested the courtroom to habits the inquiry again with Maheswari, assistant commissioner, Chennai, Chandrakala, police inspector, Iniko Thivyan, DSP, Thiruvarur, retired DSP Muthamizhselvan, ADSP Xavier Francis Beski and DSP Kalaiselvi.

The prosecution counsel claimed that CBI didn't in finding any dialog between Vishnupriya and the SP prior to she took the extreme step. She had tried to commit suicide twice and had said in the suicide be aware that she took the decision on her own. Former Namakkal SP had no hyperlinks with the case, it said.

But leader judicial magistrate Nagaraj wanted to grasp about the contradiction in the affidavit of priest Vijayaragavan. The counsel could no longer give an answer.

The defence counsel argued that CBI failed to question the seven officers correctly.

The courtroom then adjourned the case to December 13. TNN

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