In the gang rape case, the former chief secretary of Andaman was questioned for 6:30 hours on the second day, SIT is investigating
In the gang rape case, the SIT questioned former Chief Secretary of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Jitendra Narayan, for the second consecutive day at 6:30 hours on Saturday. A 21-year-old woman has filed a case of rape against four people, including Narayan, in the name of getting a government job.
The inquiry lasted till 5:30 pm
Sources said Narayan is likely to be called for questioning on Sunday as well. On Saturday morning at 11 am, the SIT started questioning him in the police line which lasted till 5:30 pm. On Friday, the SIT questioned Narayan for eight hours. The SIT constituted under the leadership of senior IPS officer Monika Bhardwaj of Andaman and Nicobar Islands Police is interrogating them.
SIT is investigating the matter
Narayan has been transferred to Delhi, but he reached here on Friday to appear before the SIT on the orders of the Calcutta High Court. Labor Commissioner RL Rishi, a police inspector, and a hotel owner are also accused in this case. The SIT also questioned the police inspector on Friday.
At the same time, the former Chief Secretary of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Jitendra Narayan, accused in the gang rape case, was questioned by the SIT for eight hours on Friday. Narayan was interrogated at the Police Lines in Port Blair. A vacation bench of Calcutta High Court comprising Justice Bibek Choudhary and Justice Prasenjit Biswas granted relief to Narayan from arrest till November 14. Also, the SIT probing the case was allowed to interrogate him.