The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), on Wednesday, Sep 8, ascended its action to accomplish crucial evidences in the Dhanbad Judge’s alleged murder case. The central agency increased the reward of Rs. 5 lakh to Rs. 10 lakh announced for providing ‘information of significance’ in the alleged murder case of Additional District & Sessions Judge, Uttam Anand, of Dhanbad.
The CBI, on Wednesday, also registered two more First Information Report (FIRs), in the Dhanbad Judge’s alleged murder case. The two additional FIRs are pertaining to the theft of three mobiles phones by the accused persons. The CBI is now investigation the matter in three cases against the accused persons. The CBI took over the case after it was transferred from the Jharkhand police to the former.
The Additional District and Sessions Judge, Uttam Anand, was mowed down by an autorickshaw while he was on a morning walk. Initially, it was believed to be an accident but a CCTV footage of the incident turned the case to be an alleged murder case. The case was earlier investigated by the Jharkhand police but was transferred to CBI upon the court’s direction. CBI is investigating the case at a war footing level to uncover the truth behind the alleged murder.