The suicide notes left behind by former Director General Corporate Affairs, BK Bansal and his son Yogesh, blamed the CBI for harassing them and pushing the four family members to end their lives.
Bansal and his son allegedly committed suicide at their residence in Delhi on Tuesday.
In fact, just two months earlier, Bansal's wife and daughter committed suicide at their residence after he was arrested by the CBI in July.
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.
Bansal, in his suicide note, alleged that a senior CBI official threatened him. "Teri wife aur daughter ka wo haal karenge ki sunne wale kaanp jaayenge (such things will be done to your wife and daughter that it will send shivers down the spine of those who hear of it)," Bansal wrote.
In his suicide note, Yogesh too alleged that he committed suicide because of the harassment he faced at the hands of the CBI. He held CBI officials responsible for the "murder" of his mother and sister.
Police officials told reporters that two suicide notes--a five-page one written by Bansal and a two-page note by his son Yogesh--were recovered from their flat at Neelkanth Apartments.
In his suicide note, Bansal, blamed five CBI officers, including a DIG, for allegedly "torturing" and "mentally harassing" him and his family.
The former bureaucrat alleged that his wife and daughter had shared the details of "torture" with friends and neighbours before ending their lives.
"Even if I was at fault in the case, why were my wife and daughter pushed to suicide? Someone should conduct a lie-detector test on all of them to know the truth," his note stated.