Sharma’s burnt body was found in his car in Greater Noida three months back but the Noida police had sent police teams to Bangalore and its neighbouring areas where he was reportedly spotted, according to a report in leading English daily.

Sharma’s wife Savita had alleged that her husband is staying with some other woman and he should be hanged on being caught, the report claims.

As the mystery deepens over Sharma’s death after his detainment, the police are now set to look into the charred body recovered in his car. The burnt body had been sent for DNA testing straight after the incident however the results of the tests are still awaited.

According to the reports, Savita Sharma had said that the police was tracing her husband’s mobile phone and they have found significant clues about his location.

Savita had claimed that her husband was in constant touch with a woman from their locality who used to call Chandra Mohan Sharma on his personal number. The girl also went missing a month after her husband’s death.

Sharma’s wife urged the police to catch his husband and make him pay for his misdeeds and also punish others who assisted him in faking his death, the report said.

Sharma used to work for Honda Siel and he was alleged to be jammed inside his Chevrolet Aveo when it caught fire on May 1.

Sharma’s death at first was ruled as accidental but his family had suspected the involvement of land mafia in Gautam Budh Nagar.

The RTI activist had had exposed several fraud deals of the land mafia in the area and his life was under constant threat due to his whistle-blowing acts.

The police had also filed an FIR in the matter on his family’s complaint. However, Sharma’s family at that time along with AAP had asked for a fair CBI probe.

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