In the case of 19-year-old Symbiosis college’s fashion design student Sanam Hasan who was found dead under mysterious circumstances, her parents have filed a writ petition in Bombay High Ccourt demanding inquiry by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The duo claimed that the probe carried out by Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is moving at a snail’s pace.
On Monday, the petition was kept on admission stage before the high court bench Justice SC Dharmadhikari and Justice GS Patel and the court is adjourned till October 21.
Sanam was found dead on October 3, 2012 in a rental flat in Brahma Sun City in Wadgaonsheri area where she was celebrating her birthday with her friends. On January 23, CID officials lodged a complaint against Sanam’s friend Mohnish Vijay Bolate who had organised the party. Sanam’s mother Nagina had moved a writ petition on September 23 by her lawyer Aniket Nikam against the home ministry, Pune city commissioner, additional director general of CID, police inspector SR Jagtap attached to CID, Kishor Jadhav inspector incharge of Yerawada police station and also the dean of Sassoon General hospital.
On Monday, it came for admission purpose before the HC bench. Praying in her plaint that the case to be transferred to CBI, Nagina alleges that ‘CID is playing some foul play and not disclosing the case of death of Sanam. The investigation officers are manipulating the various reports and the investigation is moving like snail. The CCTV footage of the building where the birthday party took place has been tampered with and the watchman of the building is missing. It was Sanam’s birthday and many calls were made to wish her but her call history log shows empty. For fair trial and justice, the case should to be handed over to CBI’.