Sirsa: The main suspect in the alleged Geetika Sharma suicide case, former Haryana Minister Gopal Kanda, has fled while the Police have raided his house and other places on Wednesday and Thursday, sources said.
Kanda, who held a strong political position in Haryana, is said to have been the prime accused in the case as he had compelled the former Air hostess Geetika Sharma to commit suicide.
However, Haryana's former minister and accused of Geetika Sharma suicide filed an anticipatory bail in Rohini court of New Delhi earlier this week.
Gopal Kanda is underground after investigating officer (IO) of the Delhi Police had served notices to him. Kanda has reportedly gone missing after Sunday night.
Headed by Aish Mohammad, an assistant superintendent of police (ACP) a six-member team of Delhi police who include inspector Satpal Yadav, Sub inspector Ajay Singh, and three constables namely Ravi Rana, Bijender and Anuj Kumar reached Kanda palatial house on Rania road here at around 12.00 am.
After searching for sometime inside the house, the team then moved to Kanda's MDK International school, the school where slain Geetika Sharma was one of the trustees of the managing committee.
In all, the raiding party is learned to have spent around one hour both at school as well as Kanda's residence. Raiding party refused to comment over the purpose of visiting Sirsa.
It is, however, learnt that some police parties are also conducting raids on Kanda's Gurgaon and Chandigarh residences in addition to his hotels as well.
Gopal Kanda, is the prime accused in the case under section 306 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) registered on the basis of suicide note left by Geetika Sharma.
Geetika had blamed Kanda for forcing her to take that extreme step in her suicide note.