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Advocate son's death a case of suicide, says CBI

Press Trust of India  |  Chennai 

The central agency made a submission to this effect in a status report to a Division Bench comprising Justice Elipe Dharma Rao and Justice Venugopal.

Satish Kumar, son of advocate Sankarasubbu, had left home on June seven last year and could not be traced.

On June 13, his body was found in the ICF North colony lake.

Apprehending foul play in his son

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First Published: Thu, August 02 2012. 21:35 IST