SIT to probe attack on Mitsubishi’s HR head
A Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the Haryana Police will investigate the murderous assault and threat to General Manager (GM) Human Resources of Mitsubishi Corporation Private Limited. The special team will probe the case under the supervision of Deputy Commissioner of police (Crime) Sumit Kuhar.
A high-level meeting was held on Saturday between the Japanese embassy official and Deputy Commissioner (DC), Gurugram along with Commissioner of Police in Delhi over the security of their employees.
Sources said, the GM HR head had received a threat letter on Tuesday evening sent by an unknown person, in which the sender had threatened him that he will face the music in next 15 days.
The sources further said, the Japanese embassy has written a letter to the Haryana Government regarding the law and order situation in Gurugram.
“A meeting in this regard was held. We discussed the seriousness of the issue. We have already provided security to Binesh Sharma the GM HR and his family members. Also, a PCR van has been deployed at their residence. If the family requires anything else,we will provide it on top propriety,” Commissioner of Police, Sandeep Khirwar, said.
The Gurugram police have already arrested the prime accused Joginder and his accomplice Dayanand Maser into the case and hunt is on to nab others accused.
Both men were named in the FIR registered at the Bilaspur police station on June 7 by the family of the victim, Binesh Sharma, who is the HR head at Mitsuba Corporations.
Sharma’s family alleged that Binesh had been receiving threats from Joginder and his friends. Joginder worked as an apprentice at the company and had been sacked three months ago.
“The SIT will investigate the matter from different angles. They will find out the actual reason behind the crime. Whether the prime accused has any previous criminal record will be checked. The team will also work out on the relevancy of the letter,” the commissioner, said.
The incident occurred at around 8.30 am on June 7 when Binesh Sharma was going towards his company located near Pathreri village in a car on the Bilaspur-Tauru road.
Two persons on a bike had opened fire at him. Despite injuries, the victim managed to drive to his office where his college admitted him to Rockland Hospital. However, Binesh is still undergoing treatment but out of danger.
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