The police on Thursday recovered Rs 1 crore in cash and jewellery from the house of former Haryana assistant advocate general, Anuradha Bali alias Fiza. According to the police, notes in denominations of 1000 and 500 were found.
"We have found currency notes of 1,000 and 500 amounting to Rs 1 crore, jewellery and 5-7 cd's kept in a safe."
The cash was seized from the cupboard kept in the bedroom while the cd's were kept in a safe located in another room.
Former Haryana assistant advocate general, Anuradha Bali alias Fiza had preserved all the SMS and messages sent by former deputy chief minister of Haryana Chander Mohan on a CD.
On Wednesday, the police found CDs containing SMS which were exchanged between Chander Mohan and Anuradha Bali, from the house, where Fiza was found dead under mysterious circumstances on Monday.
Most of the seized CDs were of movies, religious and a few that contained digitised messages.
"We are investigating the reasons leading to Fiza's death and as part of the investigations, we searched the house and recovered 50 CDs and jewellery. Till now, we have not found anything objectionable," said SAS Nagar SSP Gurpreet Singh Bhullar. He added that her close contacts were also being questioned.
The forensic team on Wednesday inspected the house in sector 48 all over again, along with the Santro car and the Honda CRV parked in the backyard, which was owned by Fiza.
During the search, the team found a half-filled bottle of water and a plastic glass from the car. Beside, the team picked up fingerprints both from the house and the cars, Fiza's medical documents and the bills of Hotel Rajshree, which Fiza visited on August 1 with a friend.
Meanwhile, the questioning of the "close" associates of Fiza continued on Wednesday. The police recorded the statement of Ajit Singh Hooda, who was the last person she spoke to on August 1. The police also questioned Rohit Mahajan, a close friend of Fiza's.