DK Ravi case: ED to join probe, CBI says case wide open

Bengaluru, May 20: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is likely to join the probe into the DK Ravi case even as the Central Bureau of Investigation says that there is nothing conclusive and the investigation is still wide open.

During the course of our investigations we had found several angles that led up to the death of DK Ravi and one among them was the real estate company R and H Properties. 

DK Ravi case: ED to join probe

There have been financial transactions which have taken place and in order to ascertain whether the officer was directly involved or was he pressurized into it is something that the Enforcement Directorate would ascertain, sources informed OneIndia. [DK Ravi probe: Officer attempted to acquire 50 acres of SC/ST land says CBI]

Case wide open:

CBI officials in Delhi say that the probe is not completed as yet. We have not concluded anything. There are several angles that have cropped up. All angles/hypothesis relating to the unnatural death of DK Ravi is being inquired into. [DK Ravi case: CBI probe drags on with no conclusion as yet]

The matter is still under investigation and no conclusion has been drawn as yet the CBI officer also informed. In the days to come various other angles of the case will be looked into. There have been some preliminary findings and these are treated as leads to further the investigation the officer further informed.

What the CBI has found so far?

The CBI which has been probing the case for nearly a month now has found that it was a case of suicide due to hanging. The CBI is also seeking a second autopsy report and the examination of the viscera samples will be conducted at the Central Forensic Sciences Laboratory. [DK Ravi case: A foregone conclusion as CBI seeks second autopsy report]

Further the CBI has also gone into alleged land dealings of DK Ravi and his partner who ran a firm called R and H Properties. It was alleged during the investigation that the officer was planning on developing a 50 acre property.

However the deal is said to have run into troubled waters as the property in question was granted under the SC/ST quota.

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