"The family has been traumatised since his demise. We don't want any probe in his death. There's no suspicion in the matter (of his passing)," Anuj said, with other family members flanking him.
Many people are trying to harass the family members and create panic among them, though there is "no suspicion in the minds of the family members" (over Judge Loya's death), he said.
The family urged the media to convey to the lawyers and NGOs not to constantly keep "harassing" them on this matter.
The Loya family appeared before the media just two days after at least four top Supreme Court judges raised questions on Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra's certain actions, which they said, had adversely affected the judiciary.
At the time of his death in Nagpur, Judge Loya was handling the politically sensitive Sohrabuddin Sheikh alleged staged shooting case of Gujarat, in which now Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah was an accused at one point in time - though later discharged.
This and other aspects are the subject matter of several petitions filed in Bombay High Court and also in the Supreme Court in recent weeks, while several lawyers, former judges, social personalities and others have sought a commission of enquiry to probe Judge Loya's death.
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