CB-CID to probe Ramajayam murder

Published: 22nd June 2012 07:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd June 2012 07:22 AM   |  A+A-

The investigation of the murder case of former minister KN Nehru’s brother KN Ramajayam was transferred to the CB-CID police from Thursday.

Due to sensitivity of the case, the Director General of Police ordered the case to be transferred to the CB-CID.

As per the orders of the DGP, City Commissioner of Police Shailesh Kumar Yadav has issued instructions to investigating officer KPS Jeyachandran, ACP, CCRB, to hand over the CD file of the case to the investigating officer of CB-CID for further investigations. Yadav decided to hand over the case to CB-CID after a meeting with a special team of city police formed to probe the case and prepared a report of recommendations to hand over the case to CB-CID. He then left for Chennai to file the report and urged the DGP to transfer the case to CB-CID.

Ramajayam was allegedly kidnapped on March 28 and tortured for a few hours before he was murdered by a gang. A special team was formed to investigate the case. The team conducted inquiry with the persons associated with Ramajayam and his family. Each day around 50 persons were interrogated. Ramajayam’s body, according to postmortem reports, had a single injury on the head. His hands were tied behind with a steel wire and adhesive tape. The feet was also bound with the tape and the mouth stuffed with a cloth.

During investigation, over a 100 names were collected and their previous case history studied. The case had puzzled local cops who ruled out the involvement of local rowdies. As the manner in which the body had found was new in the region, the cops were looking at links to elements from other States.

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