Ex-bureaucrat BK Bansal, accused of corruption, has allegedly committed suicide along with son


In July, previous civil servant BK Bansal was in prison when he was informed that his wife and daughter had hanged themselves in their home in Delhi. In a grievous replay only two months after the fact, Mr Bansal and his 28-year-old son were discovered hanging yesterday.

Their last guest was a priest who had performed pujas for the family in the course of recent months, as the officer struggled a CBI examination for debasement. "We may go out for 10-15 days," Mr Bansal allegedly let him know, giving him Rs. 2,000.He likewise went to the CBI office, which had apparently turned into a schedule.

Father and child were discovered dead around 8.40 pm on Monday by the house help, who strolled in finding the principle entryway opened. Mr Bansal was hanging in his better half's room and his child Yogesh, in his little girl's room.

Five suicide notes – four duplicates – were set in various rooms, say the police. Their photographs were appended to each note, which additionally had telephone quantities of relatives. The note purportedly accuses the CBI for badgering.

Mr Bansal was a Director General in the Corporate Affairs service when he was captured on July 17 on charges of tolerating Rs. 9 lakh as pay off from a Mumbai-based pharmaceutical organization that needed to purchase out of an examination. The CBI said amid quests in the official's home, it discovered Rs. 60 lakh money, 20 property papers and subtle elements of 60 ledgers.

Two days after his arrest, his wife Satyabala, 58, and daughter Neha, 27, were found hanging in their rooms. They left similar suicide notes in which they wrote that they felt humiliated by the CBI raids. Yogesh had reportedly been called to the CBI for questioning and was not at home at the time.

Granted bail for their funerals, Mr Bansal sounded stoic when he told reporters: "Life must go on."
He was released on bail on August 26. He and his son returned to the apartment 10 days ago, and according to neighbours, rarely interacted with anyone.