The 3-member special team, headed by assistant director of State Forensic Science Laboratory, Junga, Visheshwar Sharma, and having experts Rajat Chaudhary and Jagjit Singh as members, appointed by the state government has completed its interim report on phone tapping case after examining 12 seized computers and the same has been submitted to the government.

After going through the interim report, there are chances that government may order that seized computers be handed over to a forensic science laboratory located outside the state.

The report being prepared by the team is based on the initial data retrieved from the hard discs of seized computers, while some of the deleted data and other stored data is yet to be scanned. One of the hard disc’s data was deleted on December 25 on the basis of which, the probe was started.

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