Geetika suicide case chargesheet by Nov

Geetika suicide case chargesheet by Nov

 Delhi Police are likely to file a chargesheet in the Geetika Sharma suicide case by the first week in November.

A senior police official said they are verifying the electronic evidence recovered from the homes and offices of key accused and former Haryana minister Gopal Goyal Kanda.
“We have collected all the evidence and will file the chargsheet within 60 days,” the official said.

The 46-year-old, chairman and managing director of MDLR Group, is accused of hounding his employee Geetika to death. He, however, claims that he is being framed in the case, and insists that it is a political conspiracy hatched to tarnish his image.

Police also said Ankita Singh, an MDLR Group employee whose name was also mentioned in Geetika’s two-page suicide note, will be questioned soon.

“She is in touch with us, so we hope to take her statement as soon as possible,” the official added.

In the suicide note, Geetika alleged that Ankita had an illicit relationship with Kanda and has a girl child from him. The official, however, denied to answer any question related to interrogation of the actor Nupur Mehta in Mumbai.

According to sources, a team questioned Nupur, former senior vice-president at MDLR Airlines, for three hours late on Monday evening.

Geetika had hanged herself at her home in Ashok Vihar on August 5.
Her family alleges that Kanda was harassing the 23-year-old, who worked with several MDLR Group companies.