Bengaluru, April 27: The Central Bureau of Investigation probing the D K Ravi case today questioned the Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru city, M N Reddi.
The CBI sought details of the case pertaining to the death of the IAS officer D K Ravi. [D K Ravi case: CBI team meets Karnataka govt officers]
The CBI which has commenced it's probe into the case has already collected several documents including the autopsy report. [Timeline: IAS officer DK Ravi mysterious death case]
Police commissioner' account sought
The CBI sought to know the entire account of the case. They sought to know how it had been concluded by the police that the death was a result of suicide due to personal reasons.
The commissioner whose questioning lasted an hour was also asked about the various accounts given by the people associated with the case.
Further, it was also asked whether the police had probed only a suicide angle or had they checked to see if there was foul play involved in the case.
It was a routine exercise
Meanwhile police commissioner M N Reddi said that it was a routine exercise. The CBI has just commenced its probe and had met with him for certain facilities that they would need during the course of the probe.
The CBI team also said that it was part of routine procedure. The CBI will question each and everyone associated with the case and revisit the entire incident from scratch the officer also said.