As sordid details behind the suicide of BK Bansal's family are out in the open, one more revelation indicates how the entire episode was well-planned in advance.
A day ahead of killing themselves, the former Director General Corporate Affairs and his son Yogesh had couriered their suicide notes to several media houses and the CBI.
According to media reports, Delhi Police on Thursday visited the office of the courier company, reportedly used by Bansal to send the notes.
The employees of the company told the police that two men visited their office and enquired about their services. "Later, they sent eight couriers to several media houses, and one to the CBI's office. They came on their motorbikes... one of them was constantly talking on his cell phone," added the sources.
Bansal, an accused in a corruption case, and his 31-year-old son allegedly committed suicide at their residence in Delhi on Tuesday.
Just two months earlier, Bansal's wife and daughter also hanged themselves at their residence after the senior bureaucrat was arrested by the CBI in July.
The suicide notes, left behind by the former bureaucrat and his son, blamed the CBI for harassing them and pushing the four family members to end their lives.
Bansal was arrested by the CBI for allegedly accepting bribe from a prominent pharmaceutical company on July. The investigative agency raided eight locations in connection with the case and recovered unaccounted cash. However, Bansal was later released on bail in August.