Punjab Bureau of Investigation to probe drug officer’s murder
An official spokesperson said the probe has been handed over to the Bureau of Investigation director Prabodh Kumar, following request from Neha’s family members.
Chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday gave over the homicide test of medications expert officer Neha Shoree to the executive, Bureau of Investigation.
An official representative said the test has been given over to the Bureau of Investigation executive Prabodh Kumar, following solicitation from Neha’s relatives. Her family met the CM at his official living arrangement to demand for moving the examination out of Mohali locale.
Neha, the zonal authorizing specialist, sustenance and medications organization, Punjab, was shot dead in her office at Kharar on March 29 by Balwinder Singh, 49, whose drugs permit had been dropped by her in 2009 after an assault on his scientific expert shop in which illicitly kept intoxicants were found. Subsequent to discharging a shot at Neha, Balwinder shot himself too with his .32-bore gun.
Neha was a little girl of Captain Kailash K Shoree, a 1971 war veteran who resigned from the military in 1980.
The official representative said the CM additionally requested that the central secretary ask into the failures in the issuance of arms permit to the denounced by the Rupnagar police and the area judge. The central secretary will likewise ask into the consequent closeout of weapon to the blamed by a Rupnagar-based arms vendor.
The CM said no one would be permitted to meddle or threaten any local official in the release of their obligations and guaranteed Neha’s group of equity.
Amid the gathering, the relatives communicated dread that there was a very much arranged trick which prompted the slaughtering of Neha and mentioned for an inside and out examination concerning the issue. They additionally brought up issues on the supposed suicide by the blamed and raised doubt for his end as well, so as to conceal a bigger intrigue.