Binny Sharma suicide case: No FIR registered by IRS officer’s family
Binny Sharma’s husband who is an IAAS officer posted in Chandigarh was yet to visit his wife’s house in AG Colony in Bajaj Nagar till the reports last came in
Jaipur: Even three days after IRS officer Binny Sharma committed suicide by hanging at her government residence in Bajaj Nagar, her family members have not registered an FIR against her husband and mother-in-law. Binny had accused her husband, Gurupreet Walia and mother-in-law of harassment in an alleged suicide note. The police are likely to register a case under 306 of IPC (abetment of suicide) on their own.
Binny Sharma’s husband who is an IAAS officer posted in Chandigarh was yet to visit his wife’s house in AG Colony in Bajaj Nagar till the reports last came in. He allegedly didn’t attend the funeral. The cops are trying to contact him, but his phone is switched off.
The police are planning to register a note found from the house. The note had 4-5 lines scribbled on it. In the suicide note, she wrote that she was fed up with betrayal and lies and her husband and mother-in-law had ruined her life. She further wrote that the god would take care of her children and she was leaving this world.
The police have sealed the room in which Binny Sharma – who was posted as deputy commissioner of GST wing in the revenue department – committed suicide. The suicide note has been sent for a forensic and handwriting examination.
The police are also examining footages of the CCTVs installed in Binny’s house. They will also record statement of her family members, in-laws and colleagues.