In his complaint, Aman has also alleged that attempts were made to tamper with evidence as the AFTC personnel gathered at the police station around 4.30 am on Saturday with a source he was looking for.
He even wondered how the people from the AFTC had come to know about his presence at the police station so early in the morning.
“The cause of death is yet to be ascertained. Our investigations are on. Jha was a trainee cadet and he was found hanging in one of the rooms of the AFTC,” a senior police officer told PTI.
“The officers against whom the complaint was filed have not been arrested, but the Indian Air Force has assured us all assistance,” the official said.
He said he was waiting for the post-mortem report to proceed with the investigation.