Court orders forfeiture of inspector Upmanyu Saxena’s property
BHOPAL: The Court on
Friday ordered forfeiture of police inspector Upmanyu Saxena’s property, as he
failed to surrender, two months after an abetment to suicide case was
registered against him.
Saxena is accused of abetting
his 30-year-old live-in partner, Indu Sharma, an assistant professor with a
private college in the city to commit suicide at her Misrod home on May 11.
Saxena is absconding since past two months.
furnished details of his property in the court, which includes a car and a
gypsy, two bank accounts having deposit of Rs 1.4 lakh and Rs 4,000, besides
two scooters and a land plot.
The court ordered to
attach the property owned by him. Since wife of the accused is also working,
the property registered on the name of his family could not be attached as it
couldn’t be established whether it was bought solely by him or not, added
A day earlier, family
of Indu Sharma had demanded police to get Saxena’s official residence vacated
where his family is residing. The deceased’s sister Priyanka alleged that
police is going soft on Saxena.
However, police sources
pointed out that Saxena was hiding in Jabalpur as per latest information, but
they have not yet succeeded to nab him. Saxena would frequently come to meet
Indu at her flat where she resided alone. The police said they were in touch
since past few years.