Bhopal: The revelations made by the accused in the high profile murder case of Right to Information (RTI) activist Shehla Masood are being continuously countered. In a recent disclosure made by the accused in the case, it has been found that after killing the RTI activist, the killers had a safe haven at the house of a youth Layik Madani in the Shahjahanabad area in Bhopal.   

The CBI is now trying to present Layik as a witness. The love triangle between local BJP legislator Dhruv Narayan Singh, slain RTI activist Shehla Masood and interior designer Zahida Parvez is believed to be the main cause of the RTI activist’s murder.  

Acting on the information provided by the Kanpur-based shooter Tabish, the CBI had raided the house of Shaqib ‘Danger’ and recovered the weapons used in murder. It was reported that both the accused Shaqib ‘Danger’ and Tabish stayed for ten days at Layik Madani’s house located in the Shahjahanabad area after killing Masood..

In addition, the CBI is also searching for the boy who was working in Masood’s house. It is expected that the boy may provide many vital clues that would help unfold the case.

Masood was shot dead outside her house on August 16 last year as she was about to leave to attend a programme in support of Anna Hazare’s fast for a strong Lokpal law.

(JPN/ Bureau)