Buy a copy of "Conspiracy to Kill Rajiv Gandhi: From the CBI Files"


In a report published in today’s DNA, K Ragothaman, former chief investigator of the CBI, talks about his new book Conspiracy to Kill Rajiv Gandhi: From the CBI Files and tells the reporter that while the CBI had started a preliminary inquiry in which MK Narayanan, West Bengal Governor and former Intelligence Bureau director,  was named a suspect in hiding evidence, the case was buried by the then CBI chief.

Conspiracy to Kill Rajiv Gandhi: From the CBI files
by K Ragothaman
Former Chief Investigator of the CBI
Rs 595
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The video, which was reportedly shot just a few hours before Gandhi was killed at Sriperumbudur in 1991, was never shared by then IB chief Narayanan with the CBI to expedite the probe. Reportedly, Narayanan also wrote a ‘secret letter’ to then PM Chandrashekhar apprising him of the existence of the video.

The book also points a finger at the possible role of MDMK leader Vaiko, then a DMK top gun. Ragothaman mentions how earlier in the day Gandhi was assassinated, several DMK meetings were ‘abruptly cancelled’ and DMK supporters, uncharacteristically, stayed away from all public meetings.

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