Missing MI officer case taken by CBI
CBI takes over missing MI officer probe
P Gnana Prakasam, working as an examiner in Military Intelligence, a snooping unit under the Army, went missing on June 6, 2010, the officer's wife, Yamuna Gnanaprakasam, had said in a complaint.
When his wife called him to check whether their son had arrived, the officer told her he was not in a position to pick him up and asked her brother to do so.
A few hours later, she had again contacted her husband and he said he was going to Tirupati and that he could not reveal anything further.
Late that night, she again contacted him but a person answered the call, saying her husband was attending an important meeting and would get in touch with her after two hours, the petition had said.
After that, the officer's cell phone was switched off and he went missing.
The officials said the CBI took over the investigation into the case.
Justice P N Prakash ordered the transfer of the case from the Tamil Nadu CB-CID to the CBI on a petition from the officer's wife.
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