Tuesday, November 08, 2011

New CDs reportedly show proximity of 3 IAS officers with missing nurse Bhanwari

Bhanwari Devi
THE sensational story of a missing nurse in Rajasthan may now haunt at least three IAS officers among others after the Central Bureau of Investigation looking into the case had reportedly stumbled upon more audio and video CDs. The nurse from Jodhpur, Bhanwari Devi, went missing two months ago, and she is feared dead. It is alleged that she was abducted at the behest of Rajasthan minister Mahipal Maderna who was sacked from Ashok Gehlot ministry on October 16. A number of photographs of the duo, the ex-minister and Bhanwari, are already in public domain. Maderna has vehemently denied the allegations.
In fact, Bhanwari is not an ordinary nurse. She was close to a number of politicians and bureaucrats of Rajasthan’s power corridors. According to reports, she used to film most of the people who came close to her, and those CDs could now drag many more politicians and bureaucrats into the case of abduction and possible murder.
According to reports, the three IAS officers whose names have now surfaced in the case came into contact with Bhanwari Devi when they were posted in Ajmer and Jodhpur.

IFS-IAS wedding today, groom blames media hype
The high profile marriage of 2009 batch IFS officer Neelam Sharma with Gujarat cadre IAS Kuldeep Arya is being held in Delhi today (November 8) amid Khap Panchayat’s objections to it on the ground of being an inter-caste marriage. The groom Arya told a section of newspapers that media had hyped it up and created a controversy around it. Meanwhile, head of Brahmin Sabha, Mahender Sharma, clarified in a national newspaper that community elders had objection to the marriage, but they would not oppose to the marriage.
BoI wishes the power couple a world of happiness and joy on this wedding day.
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