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‘No foul play in Batcha death’

A probe by the CBI has so far not found any foul-play in the suicide of Chennai businessman, Sadiq Batcha, an alleged key aide of former telecom minister A Raja.

delhi Updated: Oct 28, 2011 01:12 IST
HT Correspondent

A probe by the CBI has so far not found any foul-play in the suicide of Chennai businessman, Sadiq Batcha, an alleged key aide of former telecom minister A Raja.

Raja who was chargesheeted in the 2G Spectrum scam by the agency.

Batcha — who was the managing director of realty firm Greenhouse Promoters — was found hanging at his Chennai residence by his wife on May 16.

“Our probe has so far found nothing to suggest that Batcha could have been murdered,” said an agency source.

The agency had used the services of forensic experts from AIIMS to detect if Batcha was killed, but exhaustive examination of viscera and post-mortem details did not reveal anything which could support the murder hypothesis, said the source.