Uttar Pradesh: The statement of the victim’s mom and sibling, the official stated, will be recorded in detail to reproduce the arrangement of events in their quality. The 19-year-old Dalit demise was harmed ruthlessly after she was supposedly raped by upper-class young people on September 14. She relented to her wounds at a Delhi hospital on September 29.
The Uttar Pradesh police will reproduce the crime scene in the Hathras assault case to locate the missing connections in the midst of differentiating explanations from the group of the 19-year-old Dalit casualty’s family and the adaptations offered by different residents, said senior police authorities aware of the examination.
The 19-year-old Dalit victim was harmed in the ruthless assault after she was purportedly assaulted by upper station young people on September 14. She surrendered to her wounds at a Delhi emergency clinic on September 29.
A senior police official said the specialists are attempting to gather all conceivable proof identified with the wrongdoing. He further said that they (specialists) have chosen to reproduce the wrongdoing scene in various manners as the announcements of the family and different observers are very extraordinary.
Another authority, mentioning secrecy, said the agents have discovered four sickles and a shoe from the crime scene in a ‘bajra’ field close to the casualty’s home. He said it proposes that there were, in any event, four individuals who were cutting harvests and may have been observers to the whole scene.
He said even though the state government has just suggested a CBI test into the case, yet police agents are attempting to gather all subtleties identified with the wrongdoing and it will be given over to the CBI when it assumes control over the case.
In the interim, the three-part SIT recorded the announcement of a few observers on Friday. Based on SIT’s starter report prior, the state government suspended five cops, including the then Hathras police Vikrant Vir, prior. The SIT including secretary (home) Bhagwan Swaroop Srivastava, agent overseer general of police Chandra Prakash and commandant, Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC), Agra, Poonam (passes by one name).