The family members of Tanishq Bhasin on Wednesday maintained that they have checked the financial transactions of Tanishq and found that he had not deposited a fee of Rs 64,000 with a coaching institute for the preparation of civil services. There is also no trace of the rent of Rs 14,000 collected by Tanishq from their tenants in Sector 16, Chandigarh.
Pawan Manchanda, a family member of Tanishq, said, “Tanishq had taken Rs 64k from his father, advocate Sunil Bhasin, to enrol himself in a coaching institute for the preparation of civil services. We checked from the institute and found that Tanishq had not enrolled at the institute. He had taken the fees on November 6, three days before his death on November 9. Tanishq had collected the rent a few days ago before his death.”
Manchanda said, “Since November 9, we were busy in the last rituals and checked the financial aspect of Tanishq today. We have conveyed these to police. A senior police officer said all the provided information by the family members of the victim are being verified and we will shortly track the man, through whom the victim had procured the .32 bore revolver of German make. The revolver was found registered in the name of an NRI, Harmeet Singh of Fatehgarh Sahib and it was stolen from the Khamanon police station in September 2016.