The agency on Wednesday clarified it is yet to arrive at any conclusion as far as the unnatural death of the 2009-batch Karnataka cadre IAS officer was concerned and that the probe is still on in this regard.
Sources, meanwhile, said the agency has gone through his call records and found he had made only one call to the woman IAS officer whereas it was reported that 44 calls were made by him to her.
Several officers of the state government who were apparently behind such leaks are under the scanner of CBI as it wants to identify those who are trying to sully the image of the deceased officer, the sources added.
They said it was possible that people leaking these inputs to the media were actually acting on the instructions of some persons who feared exposure during the course of the probe.
Meanwhile, the agency has sent all the forensic evidence, including the photographs taken after Ravi's death, his viscera sample and other evidence recovered by Karnataka Police to the Central Forensic Laboratory here for a detailed
Ravi, who was posted as Additional Commissioner, Commercial Tax (Enforcement), was found dead at his residence in Bengaluru.
The matter snow-balled into a major controversy with Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah initially refusing to seek a CBI probe into the case. However, following a public outcry, the case was handed over to the central investigative

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