Jaipur: The wife of the slain history-sheeter and noted liquor smuggler Dara Singh, who was killed in an alleged fake encounter in 2006, has written to the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh seeking action against CBI director and Attorney General of India for not booking BJP leader and former Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje's aide Rajendra Singh Rathore for his alleged involvement in the case.

“The CBI Director and Attorney General besides other BJP leaders are lobbying for Rathore. No concrete action has been taken so far against the leader who was behind the encounter,” alleged Dara Singh’s widow Sushila Devi in her letter to the PM on March 30.

“I request the Prime Minister to take immediate action against the two officials for their lackadaisical approach in the serious case. If I don’t get justice then I have no option but to give up my life,” she added.

Dara Singh was gunned down by Rajasthan police in an encounter on the outskirts of Jaipur on October 23, 2006. Later the Supreme Court had ordered a CBI inquiry into the incident.

CBI officials claim that the encounter of Dara Singh was conspired at the behest of a rival liquor mafia gang and top police officers and Rathore were the main conspirators.

Rathore was Parliamentary Affairs Minister in the previous Vasundhara Raje-led BJP government and was the man Friday of the former Chief Minister.

Six persons including inspector general of police A Ponnuchami and Additional Director General of police AK Jain are already in judicial custody while the arrest warrant has been issued against eight others.

ADG AK Jain, prime accused in the encounter case was absconding since June 4 last year, had on February 28 surrendered before a special CBI court after which he was remanded to judicial custody.