Jamshedpur : The three-member team of Crime Investigation Department ( CID) probing into the murder of TML Drivelines (a subsidiary of Tata Motors) executive Brajesh Sahay today went to the deceased’s residence and met with the family members.
The CID team constituted by the additional director general of police (CID) S. N Pradhan went first to the 18C Dalma Road bungalow of Brajesh Sahay in Nildih under Telco police station and held nearly a hour long conversation with wife of the deceased executive Sweta Sahay and other relatives.
The CID which also comprised DSP CID Sanat Kumar Soren and inspector Dhananjay Singh also questioned the family members whether they suspect any one.
East Singhbhum SSP Amol V. Homkar the probe is moving into right direction and they will soon try and crack the mystery.
Brajesh Sahay (40), assistant general manager of TML Drivelines (a subsidiary of Tata Motors in the business of manufacturing axles and transmissions for commercial vehicles) was shot dead while he was coming out of his car in front of his bungalow on Dalma Road in Nildih by two youths.
In her FIR at the police station, Sweta has said that her husband had returned from Pune on February 20 and was disturbed over resentment brewing amongst employees over his involvement in the policy wherein employees were forced to seek retirement under compulsory retirement scheme.