A month after a Chandigarh Police constable Reeta, posted in the Police Control Room at Sector 17 went missing, police has moved an application seeking permission to conduct Narco-Analysis test, commonly called the lie detector test on constable Ravinder.
While the courts have granted permission, the police is waiting for a date for the same to be decided.
Reeta has been missing ever since she boarded a bus from her village, Chulkana to Chandigarh.
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As per her mobile tower locations, the police officials came to know that from Chulkana she went to Panipat Railway Station.
From the railway station, she went to Karnal.
Her phone was last traced to Karnal on June 9 at 4 am. Constable Ravinder, who was posted with Reeta in PCR for some time had been a prime suspect in the case investigation. All of Reeta’s friends claimed that she in constant contact with Ravinder. The two had shared 2000 calls in the last one year.
A 44-year-old retired Indian Army Personnel, Ravinder has been questioned by the police at length but he never uttered a word. Though his phone was traced at a location, 25 kilometers away from Reeta’s phone in Karnal on June 9.
Failing to reach at any conclusion, the police moved an application for narco-analysis on Thursday in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Anubhav Sharma.
The court has granted the permission for the same however, a date for conducting the test is yet to be decided, said a police officer.