New Delhi, Aug 19 (IBNS): Delhi Police have begun quizzing arrested former Haryana minister Gopal Goyal Kanda, the prime accused in the suicide of former air hostess Geetika Sharma, with the cops trying to track some missing hard disks that could provide some vital clues.
Media reports said Sunday police are trying to retrieve the data from the defunct MDLR airline and ascertain if Kanda had forced Geetika to come back from a job with Emirates and rejoin his companies.
It is alleged that when Geetika left Kanda's company and joined Emirates, he followed her to Dubai and got her back by devious means.
The family of Geetika has alleged that Kanda was harassing her.
A Delhi court on Saturday remanded former Haryana Minister Gopal Goyal Kanda, who was accused of abetting the suicide of his former employee Geetika Sharma, to seven-day police custody.
The Delhi Police was given the custody of Kanda by the Rohini court.
Kanda surrendered before police in the wee hours of Saturday after high drama and after remaining missing for days. He was immediately arrested.
Kanda told newspersons that he was surrendering on his own will.
The surrender followed rejection of Kanda’s anticipatory bail plea by the Delhi High Court on Friday.
The Rohini court on Thursday issued a non-bailable warrant against Kanda.
The police earlier had issued a lookout notice for Kanda.
Geetika committed suicide recently by hanging herself at her Ashok Vihar residence in North-West Delhi.
The police got a suicide note from Geetika's apartment where she blamed Kanda for breaking her 'trust'.
She had left MDLR Airlines and joined Emirates but was allegedly forced to resign there.
She quit the second job to study MBA.
The police registered a case against the former minister for abetment to suicide under Section 306 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).