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New twist in Dhanbad judge’s death case,10 lakh reward for clue person

CBI has registered a case of auto theft against unknown person on Tuesday in the Judge Uttam Anand death case. CBI has also registered a case of mobile theft.

In this case of auto theft, on July 29, case number 18-21 was registered on the statement of Sugni Devi, resident of Bhauri Khatal of Pathardih police station area. CBI has registered a case against unknown and started further action.

Let us tell you that the CBI has doubled the reward amount for those who give clues in the death of Judge Uttam Anand. Now the CBI will give 10 lakh rupees instead of five lakh to those who give clues. For this, posters were also pasted at many places in the city on Wednesday, in which the reward has been announced. Here there is information that CBI has not got much specific information in this case. CBI conducted narco test of two accused Lakhan Verma and Rahul Verma. Some other tests were also done. But hands are almost empty.

In the posters pasted by the CBI, the death of Judge Uttam Anand has been described as a murder. The poster reads: Central Bureau of Investigation, Special Crime-1 New Delhi, Camp Dhanbad. Late Uttam Anand, Additional Sessions Judge, Dhanbad was murdered on July 28 at around 5 am after being hit by an auto near Randhir Prasad Verma Chowk, Jharkhand. The investigation of this case is being done by CBI.

If any person has any kind of important information- information related to this murder, then please kindly inform on the phone number given below at CBI Camp CFIR Hospitality Guest House. A cash reward of Rs 10 lakh will be given by the CBI to those who provide sufficient information regarding this crime. The name and address of the informers will be kept confidential.

(EW correspondent)



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