I have nothing to speak after Anju's statement: Loya's uncle

I have nothing to speak after Anju's statement: Loya's uncle
Hours after Anuj Loya, the son of late Judge Brijgopal Harkishan Loya, said there was nothing suspicious in his death, the ex-CBI judge's uncle contradicted him and expressed anguish.

Shrinivas Loya, the 81-year-old paternal uncle of judge Loya, told a magazine that Anuj was "too young" and likely "under pressure", pressing that an inquiry should be conducted into the death of the judge.

When Deccan Herald contacted Loya in Latur, he seems to be apprehensive. "I have nothing to say now. Since he (Anuj) has already spoken, what can I saw now."

Asked about the probe into the death of the judge, he said: "Who am I to decide on this. Since Anuj has already spoken, I have nothing left to speak."

On Sunday at a hurriedly-convened news conference, Anuj said, "We are pained by the chain of events. Please do not harass us...my father's death was tragic. I don't have any suspicion of his death."

Asked about the statements of his grandfather and his father's sisters, he said: "I was 17 then....we were under emotional turmoil."
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