Stating that the conversation was misinterpreted he said, “Jumping to the conclusions by hearing only one official and without having understood the response from the other side was uncalled for and would not give a complete picture.” Reacting to media reports on missing files in Ishrat Jahan case and witnesses being tutored, Union home secretary Rajiv Mehrishi on Thursday said that there was no such need to manage the witnesses.While responding to questions at a press conference after the meeting of the home ministers of coastal states, Mehrishi said, “I am not going to react to media reports on the case but whenever there is need, the home Ministry would officially express its stand. However, I deny that there was any tutoring of the witnesses in the case. There is no need to do so.”<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Stating that the conversation was misinterpreted he said, “Jumping to the conclusions by hearing only one official and without having understood the response from the other side was uncalled for and would not give a complete picture.”

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No tutoring of witnesses: Home secretary