Officials said the government had closed the 24-year-old multi-disciplinary monitoring agency (MDMA) to probe the larger conspiracy to assassinate former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi.
The MDMA was functioning below the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and enclosed officers from many central security agencies.
Officials said the dissolution order of the agency was issued in May, and the pending probe has been handed over to a separate unit of the CBI.
The agency was started in 1998 on the advice of the megacycle faith Commission. For two years associate degree was given an annual extension. Still, it did not reach any vital success.
The agency, headed by a Deputy officer of Police-level officer, had sent twenty-four request letters to countries like Ceylon, the UK and Asian countries seeking info on varied aspects of the case, together with banking transactions.
He said that these countries responded to more than 20 requests, and only a few were left.
Sources said the investigation is almost complete, and the issue of some pending judicial requests or letters of a request sent by MDMA will now be handled by the CBI.
He said that the media – at first headed by a joint director-rank officer before being two-handed over to the DIG – created no surprising revelations regarding the conspiracy in many countries.
Rajiv Gandhi was dead on could twenty-one, 1991, by an associate degree Tigers terrorist named Dhanu throughout an associate degree election rally in Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu.