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In his letter, he said Anurag was an honest officer and wanted to work for the betterment of the society.
"A few days back, Anurag had told me that he had stumbled upon a major scam in the Food and Civil Supplies department of Karnataka, which he wanted to inform the PMO and CBI," he wrote.
Hours after the meeting, UP police said that it has registered a murder case against unidentified persons in the matter.
The Assemly premises are hardly a kilometre from the spot where his body was found.
However, an Uttar Pradesh Minister said in the House that the officer was about to expose a major scam under the Congress government in Karnataka.
Tiwari, a 2007-batch IAS officer, was staying at the Meera Bai guest house with a batch mate after attending a mid-career training programme at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie.
Tiwari's brother Mayank told reporters that the scene of crime has been washed and the mobile phone has been found in unlocked condition.
"We demanded CBI inquiry in order to find out why he was killed," his mother Sushila Devi told newspersons after meeting the chief minister. The chief minister has assured us that justice will be done," Mayank said, adding that the CM told them that every possible step will be taken to nab the culprits and asked them to wait till the SIT probe is completed.