CBI Announces Rs Seven Lakh Reward For Gay Accused Who Killed Dr Shashwat Of Prayagraj
Prayagraj, August 2 (TNA) The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has announced a reward of Rs 7 lakh on anyone who provides information about the whereabouts of Dr Suyash Gupta, the accused in the killing of Dr Shahswat Pandey, resident of Allen Ganj locality in Prayagraj.
In an advertisement published in newspapers, the CBI, which is probing the case after the intervention of the High Court, has after four years of the case, announced the reward for the arrest of the absconding accused.
Reward amount, the advertisement says, will be given to the person who gives correct information about the accused Dr. Suyash Gupta. The premiere investigative agency has also assured that the name of the informant will be kept secret.
Shaswat, the only son of Dr Sanjay and Shalini Pandey was studying radiology at the St Stephens Hospital and College in New Delhi. On August 24, 2017 his body, with his throat slit with a surgical knife, was found in the CT Scan lab.
It was accused that Suyash Gupta, who was room partner of the deceased was a homosexual and had killed him after a brief altercation between the two. He is on the run ever since.