Gopal Kanda deactivated Geetika's FB a/c before his arrest?

Gopal Kanda
New Delhi, Aug 18: It seems that hide and seek game between the Delhi police and former Haryana minister Gopal Kanda came to an end on Saturday, Aug 18 when the latter surrendered himself and was arrested. However, his arrest could not help the police to put an end to mystery of Geetika Sharma's suicide case.

Soon after Kanda's arrest, news surfaced that Geetika's Facebook account has been deactivated. Police, during an investigation, were shocked as Geetika's FB account was activated even after her death.

Geetika's family members informed that they were not aware about Geetika's Facebook password. Police sources said that Aruna Chaddha, a co-accused in the case, is believed to have got passwords of several employees of MDLR airlines. Gopal Kanda was the owner of the now defunct airlines and Geetika was an ex-employee in that airlines.

Many started suspecting that Gopal Kanda might have used his power to deactivate Geetika's Facebook account in order to destroy evidences which could prove his alleged role in her death.

Meanwhile, Geetika's brother Ankit Sharma stated, "I hope the investigation is impartial. He had sufficient time to destroy evidence against him. His statement should be recorded on camera."

Kanda, whose anticipatory bail plea was rejected by Delhi High Court on Friday, was absconding since Aug 8. Non-bailable Arrest Warrant was issued against him and thus he was compelled to surrender himself.

Kanda's brother, who informed the police about his decision of surrendering himself, has also been arrested. Mr Kanda has claimed that he surrendered just because he wanted to help the police in the suicide case.

Geetika committed suicide in her apartment in Delhi on Aug 5. In her suicide note, Geetika had alleged that Kanda and Aruna Chaddha were responsible for compelling her to end her life. The police have booked Kanda under abatement to suicide case. He was forced to resign from his post following his alleged role in Geetika's suicide case.

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