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'Shivani's phone records led police to accused'

The call records enabled police to trace Pradeep Sharma, Satya Prakash and Sri Baghwan besides Sharma.

india Updated: May 12, 2006 00:24 IST

The investigation officer in Shivani Bhatnagar murder case on Thursday informed a city court that the call records of the scribe's telephone led police to the accused including RK Sharma, a suspended Haryana Cadre IPS officer.

Inspector Inder Singh, who was entrusted with the probe of the case on June 18, 2002, informed Additional Sessions Judge Rajendra Kumar that calls were made at the victm's house from the Mumbai based office and residence of prime accused R K Sharma.

The call records, which were handed over to Singh during the probe, enabled him to trace Pradeep Sharma, Satya Prakash and Sri Baghwan besides Sharma as the calls were made from their respective telephones, he said.

The recording of statement was inconclusive would continue on the next date of hearing.

Six accused namely-- Pradeep Sharma, Satya Prakash, Ved Prakash Sharma, Ved alias Kalu, Sri Bhagwan-- including suspended Haryana cadre IPS RK Sharma are facing trial in Shivani's murder case, who was found murdered at her east Delhi apartment on January 23, 1999.

First Published: May 12, 2006 00:24 IST