B K Bansal, son also commit suicide after suicide by wife and daughterer


Director General of Corporate Affairs B K Bansal, who was arrested by the CBI two days ago for alleged bribery, committed suicide today in their apartment in east Delhi, police said. His son also committed suicide. With this, entire family of 4 has ended their lives after Bansal’s arrest.

Earlier, the Wife and daughter of B K Bansal had also committed suicide.

 bansalBansal’s wife Satyabala (57) and daughter Neha (27) left separate suicide notes, saying nobody was responsible for their death, police said.

Joint Commissioner of Police (Eastern range) Satish Golcha said the police received a call around 1.30 pm following which teams were rushed to the spot.

 “Two separate suicide notes have been recovered. Prima facie there seems to be no foul play. However, investigations are being carried out and bodies have been sent for postmortem,” he said.

Bansal, an additional secretary-rank officer in the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, was arrested by CBI on July 17 for allegedly accepting bribe from a prominent pharmaceutical company.

CBI had carried out searches at eight locations in connection with the case during which the agency had claimed to have made cash recoveries.

According to the CBI, Bansal was arrested while receiving Rs nine lakh of the Rs 20 lakh promised as bribe.


Ex-director general, Corporate Affairs, BK Bansal who allegedly committed suicide on Tuesday along with his son has accused some CBI officers of torturing him and his family.
Bansal, an additional secretary-rank officer in the ministry of corporate affairs, was arrested by CBI on July 16 for allegedly accepting bribe from a prominent pharmaceutical company.
Shocking details have emerged from the suicide note written by Bansal and his son Yogesh.
In the seven-page suicide note, Bansal gives details of how on the intervening night of September 18 and 19, women officers of CBI allegedly abused and beat up his wife.

Bansal writes in the note that he was abused by a senior officer of DIG rank, who threatened that he will finish his family.
The suicide note mentions the names of CBI officers who allegedly harassed the family.
Bansal, in the suicide note, has sought probe into the role of investigating officers including a DIG rank officer of the CBI.
Bansal (60) and Yogesh (30) were founded hanging in their flat by their maid, and had also left a suicide note, Deputy Commissioner of Police (East) Rishipal Singh said.
Bansal and Yogesh have taken their lives just months after Bansal’s wife Satyabala (58) and daughter Neha (28) allegedly hanged themselves from ceiling fans in two separate rooms at their residence in Neelkanth Apartments, leaving separate suicide notes.
CBI to probe allegations
The CBI has said strict action will be taken against CBI officials concerned if any violation is established during probe.

“We have examined the matter and decided to probe the allegations,” CBI said reacting to the suicide note.

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