Moved by the plight of Bhanwari Devi's children whose life came to a standstill after their mother was allegedly murdered at the behest of a politician, CBI Director A P Singh today requested Rajasthan DGP H C Meena to ensure every possible help for them.
Sources in the Rajasthan Police said the DGP assured all the help from their side to ensure that the three children of Bhanwari Devi resume their education and normal lives.
Bhanwari's youngest daughter Suhani, 7, has been entangled in a paternity suit while Ashwini, 15, has been rusticated from the school as she was absent for nearly three months.
Her eldest son 18-year-old Sahil has also stopped going to college as he has to make rounds of courts and police stations after the arrest of his father Amar Chand.
With hardly any income, the children are surviving on the meagre pension of their 70-year-old grandmother Pooni Devi.
When their misery was reported in the media, senior officials took a personal initiative to extend every possible help to the family so that the case do not affect the childrens' education and lives.
Singh on a personal level spoke to the DGP and asked his help to ensure that the kids can resume their normal lives.
Meanwhile, CBI will facilitate the Rajasthan Police and Maharashtra Police personnel for their help in the investigation of Bhanwari Devi abduction and murder case.
The agency has planned a simple function for the officials of both the state police at its headquarters here tomorrow where the CBI Director may distribute reward money announced for key accused Bisna Ram.