What did Rajeshwari and a DySP speak about in their many phone conversations?

What did Rajeshwari and a DySP speak about in their many phone conversations?

Submitted by alvin on Sat, 2016-09-10 13:11 Udupi: In a important development in the Bhaskar Shetty' murder case, the CID investigating the Bhaskar Shetty murder case has unearthed a large number of telephonic conversations between the widow of the murdered industrialist and a senior police officer.The CID has found a host of telephonic conversations between Rajeshwari a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DyS).At the same time, call records are said to have indicated the 'friendship' of Rajeshwari and the 'police officer. The CID police may question that police officer, who is also facing the allegation of involving in the murder conspiracy.The investigators have also accessed important images from the mobile phones of Rajeshwari Shetty and her friend Niranjan Bhat Asranna.Sources in the CID said the images depicted the relationship between Rajeshwari and Niranjan Bhat. They were deleted by the suspects before the phones were taken possession of by police. However, the investigators managed to get the images restored with the help of the cyber police. Sources said the images could help establish the relationship between the two suspects.It is also said that Rajeshwari, her son Navaneeth, and Niranjan Bhat conducted a 'secret' meeting two days before Bhaskar shetty's murder.According to sources, the police will also get the call details of the police officer and a 'self-claimed' god man, whose indirect role in the murder is suspected.However, an official said the investigators will need to go-ahead of the top brass to proceed further, since the people involved are highly influential.The CID officials have asked Bhaskar Shetty's family including his mother Gulabi and his sisters not to speak to media, sources said. The officials wanted to maintain secrecy to solve the case.However, a relative questioned the gag order imposed by the CID and feels that it had been done to enable them to vitiate the case, leading to the discharge of the suspects, as happened in many other sensational cases handled by them.