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Uttar Pradesh: Court rejects CBI closure report over demise of Karnataka IAS officer

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Uttar Pradesh: Court rejects CBI closure report over death of Karnataka IAS officer

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LUCKNOW: The second closure report of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) over the mysterious demise of Karnataka cadre IAS officer Anurag Tiwari was rejected by a particular judicial Justice of the Peace on Monday.

The 2007-batch IAS officer was discovered lifeless mysteriously by the roadside in entrance of the federal government visitor home through which he had stayed in Lucknow 5 years in the past.

Ruling out any foul play, the CBI closure report, filed in January 2021, had claimed that the IAS officer’s demise was by accident attributable to asphyxia because of positional smothering. The courtroom posted the matter for the subsequent listening to on October 14.

The courtroom, in its elaborate order, said: “Asphyxia as a result of smothering is attributable to blocking air entry into the lungs by simultaneous closure of nostril and mouth. The viscera report of the deceased exhibits that there was no alcohol that would result in intoxication and the nicotine content material was 319ng/L, which isn’t sufficient to trigger an individual to lose stability in his physique. 

Even the abdomen content material of the deceased, as per the autopsy report, confirmed 520 ml of undigested meals. However, an individual affected by acute diarrhoea consuming greater than 520 ml of meals and thereafter going for a stroll at 4 am and dropping stability and mendacity ready that causes smothering and finally his demise appears unlikely,” the courtroom mentioned whereas rejecting the CBI closure report.

The IAS officer hailed from Bahraich in UP. He was posted as civil and provides commissioner in Karnataka and had come to Lucknow, after getting back from a mid-career coaching on the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie, when he was discovered lifeless in mysterious circumstances outdoors the State Guest House on Mirabai Marg on May 17, 2017. 

The metropolis police performed the probe after which the case was handed over to the CBI inside a month.

After its probe, the CBI submitted its first closure report on February 19, 2019, however the courtroom rejected the report and requested the company to re-investigate the case. The second closure report was filed on January 28, 2021. The courtroom rejected it once more on Monday.

LUCKNOW: The second closure report of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) over the mysterious demise of Karnataka cadre IAS officer Anurag Tiwari was rejected by a particular judicial Justice of the Peace on Monday.

The 2007-batch IAS officer was discovered lifeless mysteriously by the roadside in entrance of the federal government visitor home through which he had stayed in Lucknow 5 years in the past.

Ruling out any foul play, the CBI closure report, filed in January 2021, had claimed that the IAS officer’s demise was by accident attributable to asphyxia because of positional smothering. The courtroom posted the matter for the subsequent listening to on October 14.

The courtroom, in its elaborate order, said: “Asphyxia as a result of smothering is attributable to blocking air entry into the lungs by simultaneous closure of nostril and mouth. The viscera report of the deceased exhibits that there was no alcohol that would result in intoxication and the nicotine content material was 319ng/L, which isn’t sufficient to trigger an individual to lose stability in his physique. 

Even the abdomen content material of the deceased, as per the autopsy report, confirmed 520 ml of undigested meals. However, an individual affected by acute diarrhoea consuming greater than 520 ml of meals and thereafter going for a stroll at 4 am and dropping stability and mendacity ready that causes smothering and finally his demise appears unlikely,” the courtroom mentioned whereas rejecting the CBI closure report.

The IAS officer hailed from Bahraich in UP. He was posted as civil and provides commissioner in Karnataka and had come to Lucknow, after getting back from a mid-career coaching on the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie, when he was discovered lifeless in mysterious circumstances outdoors the State Guest House on Mirabai Marg on May 17, 2017. 

The metropolis police performed the probe after which the case was handed over to the CBI inside a month.

After its probe, the CBI submitted its first closure report on February 19, 2019, however the courtroom rejected the report and requested the company to re-investigate the case. The second closure report was filed on January 28, 2021. The courtroom rejected it once more on Monday.