New Delhi: In the latest development in the Geetika Sharma suicide case, Delhi Police on Tuesday said that former Haryana minister Gopal Kanda's employee Aruna Chaddha tried to 'mislead' the investigation by misreporting her date of joining.
Aruna during the probe had said that she had joined Kanda's company just a month before Geetika had. However, the appointment letter shows that Aruna had joined in 2004.
Delhi Police have also managed to trace the third hard disk following raids conducted on Monday and Sunday. The police claim that Aruna had drafted the mail which was sent from a fake id to Emirates Airlines following which Geetika was terminated from her airhostess job at the airlines.
Meanwhile, police failed to get the custody of Aruna to 'confront' her with Kanda in the Geetika Sharma suicide case with a local court rejecting its plea. Both Kanda and Aruna have been accused of abetting Geetika's suicide.
Aruna, who had been remanded on August 16 to 14-day judicial custody, was produced before the court which sent her back to judicial custody for a day till Tuesday.
Kanda was sent to seven-day police custody on August 18 following his surrender and subsequent arrest.