The CBI is investigating the Hatra gang rape case. On Saturday, the investigating agency interrogated the victim’s family for about four hours. The victim’s sister-in-law said that the CBI had asked her questions related to the case. He said, ‘The investigation team did not ask me any more questions. He asked me about Chhotu but I don’t know him. He took the victim’s clothes with him. He continued to ask questions for several hours. We didn’t feel any pressure.
The CBI has set up a camp office in Hatras. This office is built on the property of the Department of Agriculture. The victim’s family wants a hearing in the Delhi case. These people also want to move to Delhi. The victim’s brother said he wanted the family to be safe wherever they were. Meanwhile, AAP MP Sanjay Singh said on Saturday that he was ready to keep the bereaved family at his residence in Delhi.
Victim was entitled to funeral at least according to religious rites: High Court in Hathras case
Let me tell you that on September 14, a 19-year-old Dalit girl was allegedly raped by four boys in a village in Hatras. On September 29, the victim died while undergoing treatment at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi. On September 30, in the dark of night, police forcibly buried him near his home. The family alleges police forced him to perform the funeral early. Police officials say the funeral was conducted according to the family’s last wishes.
Hatras case: AAP MP Sanjay Singh accused, ‘UP government has given false affidavits to save criminals’
The Supreme Court has said that the investigation into the Hathras case will be handed over to the Allahabad High Court. A bench of Chief Justice SA Babade, Justice AS Bopanna and Justice V Ramasubramaniam was hearing the public interest litigation and the plea of the staff and lawyers for the case. The bench was told that a fair hearing was not possible in Uttar Pradesh as the investigation had already failed.
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