Bhopal: Demanding apology from the opposition Congress for politicising the death of IPS officer Narendra Kumar in an accident, Madhya Pradesh Industries Minister Kailash Vijaywargiya on Wednesday said even the CBI had termed the death as "an accident" and not as a murder in its chargesheet filed on Wednesday.
"The CBI is a Central agency and it has come out with all the true facts about the case and it has helped boost our self-confidence," Vijaywargiya said in a statement.
The chargesheet clarified that there was no hand of any organised gang or mafia in the incident and it exposed the Congress's `misinformation' campaign, he said.
The young IPS officer of the 2009 batch was killed while chasing a tractor-trolley laden with illegally mined stones at Banmore town in Morena district on March 8.
Initially it was alleged that the tractor-trolley owner, Manoj Gurjar, purposely mowed down the officer when he tried to stop the vehicle.
However, Gurjar has been charged under section 304 (culpable homicide not amounting to murder) and 353 (obstructing government work) of IPC, and CBI prosecutor A H Khan said it was "not an intentional murder", nor was it related to the mafia.

Madhya Pradesh BJP president Prabhat Jha also hit out at Congress. He said that CBI had come to the conclusion that the IPS officer lost his life to an unfortunate accident and it was not a murder.
"By politicising the issue Congress had played with the human sentiments in a cruel manner," Jha said.


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