"I don't have any suspicion... There was some suspicion before, but now it is clear. I was 17 at that time and I was in emotional turmoil. Didn't understand anything at that time," Anuj Loya told reporters.
The 48-year-old judge -- who was hearing the CBI's case of murder against BJP chief Amit Shah -- had died of a cardiac arrest in Nagpur, where he had gone to attend a wedding on December 1, 2014. Mr Shah and several top police officers were subsequently cleared by a court.
The matter had further snowballed after four most senior judges of the Supreme Court took on the Chief Justice on Friday. Asked by reporters if their complaints include the case of the death of judge Loya, one of the four judges, Justice Ranjan Gogoi said, "Yes". He, however, had declined to elaborate.