A senior officer of the CBI on Tuesday visited Hathras to take inventory of the progress made within the case of the alleged rape and homicide of a 19-year-old Dalit lady on September 14, officers mentioned.
Joint Director Sampat Meena, who had supervised the probe within the Unnao rape case involving the then BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar which led to his conviction, visited the Hathras camp workplace of the company, they mentioned.
She met the officers there and took notice of the progress made within the case. She additionally visited the crime scene, they mentioned.
The CBI had registered the case on a reference from the Uttar Pradesh authorities and instantly dispatched a crew from its Ghaziabad unit to probe the case, they mentioned. The crew has arrange a camp workplace in Hathras and visited the crime scene, met the household of the sufferer and interrogated 4 accused in Aligarh jail.
The CBI officers had additionally met docs on the Jawaharlal Nehru hospital in Aligarh the place the sufferer handled earlier than being shifted to Delhi, they mentioned.
The sufferer had died of her accidents throughout her remedy at Safdarjung hospital in Delhi on September 29.
The district administration had allegedly forcibly cremated the physique on the useless of the night time, denying the household permission to hold it residence for correct final rites.
The alleged insensitive angle of the administration had invited some sharp remarks from the Allahabad Excessive Court docket.
The problem snowballed into a serious embarrassment for the Yogi Adityanath authorities as a number of events together with the Congress, Aam Aadmi Social gathering, Trinamool Congress, Samajwadi Social gathering and Rashtriya Lok Dal staged protests.
The BJP authorities had transferred the case to the CBI after the controversy. The CBI constituted a crew which has already recorded the statements of members of the family of the sufferer
The officer involved of the Uttar Pradesh Police had registered a case of try and homicide on a press release by the brother of the sufferer who, as per the FIR at Chandpa Police Station, had mentioned that the accused tried to strangulate his sister in a discipline and escaped when she raised an alarm.
The Casualty Medical Officer of the Aligarh Hospital in an interview had reportedly rubbished the speculation of Uttar Pradesh Police that there was no rape claiming that samples despatched to FSL have been taken 11 days after the alleged incident.
The notification issued by the Centre on the request of the state authorities had requested the CBI to probe rape, homicide and atrocity and “any try, abetment and/or conspiracy in relation to or in reference to such offence(s) and/or for another offence dedicated In the midst of the identical transaction or arising out of the identical info”.
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