Mumbai: A fresh police complaint was registered on Tuesday by the Central Bureau of Investigation in connection with the murder of senior crime journalist Jyotirmoy Dey.
The 56-year-old journalist was shot dead in Powai in Mumbai in June, 2011. Four persons on two bikes had opened fire at him.
The CBI in a statement said, "Further investigation will be conducted against the accused persons including one recently deported from Indonesia."
Gangster Chhota Rajan, who was named as prime accused in the case by Mumbai Police in its chargesheet, was allegedly upset with two articles by the journalist and had ordered his killing. All cases related to Chhota Rajan have been handed over to the CBI by the Maharashtra Government.
A trial is currently on in a special Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) case in Mumbai. The special MCOCA court had issued a warrant against Chhota Rajan to appear before it on January 7.
On Monday, the Bombay High Court had designated a special court for conducting the trials of cases in which Chhota Rajan is an accused.
The first chargesheet named the arrested accused Satish Kaliya, Abhijeet Shinde, Arun Dake, Sachin Gaikwad, Anil Waghmode, Nilesh Shendge, Mangesh Agawane, Vinod Asrani, Paulson Joseph and Deepak Sisodia. Vinod Asrani alias Vinod Chembur died during the trial.
Later, journalist Jigna Vora too was arrested in connection with the case. Ms Vora is currently out on bail.