Big Breaking! IAS officer Anurag Tewari did not commit suicide, was murdered, confirms postmortem!

The IAS officer Anurag Tewari who was found dead in UP last week was speculated to have committed suicide. But the family members had alleged that there was a huge conspiracy in his death and claimed foul play by few politicians from Karnataka.

The postmortem which initially failed to conclude the cause of death, now has confirmed that his death was not natural or suicide but a murder.  The report says that many injury marks have been found on the body, which are said to have occurred when he was alive. Dr Dinesh Rao, forensic expert says he was assaulted and beaten brutally before his death.

Anurag Tewari was investing a huge Rs 2000 scam related to Anna Bhagya scheme of Karnataka government. It is said that the Minister of Food and Civil supplies was directly involved which could have exposed his role in the scam. The family members had said that Tewari was threatened several times to drop the case from his seniors.

Recently his brother also said that he was not paid since 5 months and was not granted leave and was constantly pressurized to drop the investigation in food scam.

Now, the postmortem result has confirmed that his death was not natural which puts serious questions on the role of Karnataka government. A proper investigation must be conducted and the culprits must be brought to books.

This is not the first time an IAS officer has been killed in Karnataka after Congress government took over. IPS, IAS officers are being constantly targeted by the government which has resulted in creating fear to join public service in Karnataka.

Aishwarya S