Whether IAS officer D K Ravi had committed suicide or was it something else is something that the Central Bureau of Investigation would determine now.
Investigators are closely looking at Whatsapp messages in sent on March 15th and 16th that were sent by Ravi to a colleague which they believe was the last message. The grab of the message which is part of the CID report which is in the possession of OneIndia suggests that Ravi had been sending out messages a day before he died too.
Investigators say that he did not seem to rush into everything and it looked like a decision that was not taken in impulse.
What does the message say?
The message that was sent at around 11.05 am around ten minutes before he made the last call states, " This is my last message to you. My last wish was to see you but that will not be satisfied. Pray to God Shiva to give me peace!!.
Another message that was sent by Ravi at 4.25 pm on March 15th states that today would be a notorious day where I will take a nasty decision.
I hope you will guide me properly. I will wait up till 9 pm for your call and also your invitation. Ravi according to the investigation also sent out another message at around 5.20 pm which says, " do not try to call me or talk to me. If at all there is a next life, we will be together. I am quitting."
The reply to the message that was sent out by Ravi was, " Do not be stupid. If you do not want me to talk with you I will not. What kind of stupidity is this?
CBI will verify the messages
The investigators have dug out a host of messages sent out by D K Ravi which have indicated to them it is a case of suicide. These messages would be shared with the Central Bureau of Investigation which would be taking up the case over the next couple of days.
The indication that the CID which is currently probing the case has got is that the alleged suicide could have been a planned decision. There was nothing to show that this was taken in haste or in impulse, the CID has observed.