Hathras: The Yogi government had filed a petition in the Supreme Court regarding the gang-rape scandal that the CBI should give directions for the rape and humiliation of the girl in Hathras. The petition will be heard in the Supreme Court today.
Hathras: The gangrape case has now reached the Supreme Court. However, the SIT team is also engaged in its investigation. The SIT team is in a dilemma again. Where the body is being searched instead of cremated. It is also questioning those involved in the case.
Please state that the SIT has to submit its report within seven days and this deadline is ending tomorrow Wednesday. On the other hand, the gang rape case is scheduled to be tried in the Supreme Court today. In fact, there was a demand from the opposition and the public that the case should be handed over to the CBI.
There was a lot of debate on this issue. The Yogi government then announced on October 2 that the CBI would investigate the Hathras case.
The two petitions were heard in the Supreme Court
The government had filed an application in the Supreme Court regarding the CBI investigation. He said the allegations of rape and molestation of the girl in Hathras should be directed for a CBI investigation. While he can conduct a fair investigation into the case, vested interests are trying to make a fair investigation.
An application was also made to transfer the case to Delhi. The Supreme Court will hear the two petitions today. At the same time, there was a demand for protection to the affected families. After much fuss, the family was finally given protection.
Four suspects have been arrested from Mathura
For information let us tell you that there is outrage among the public and opposition across the country over the Hathra gang rape scandal. Several opposition parties have already been detained. Lawsuits have also been filed against many people.
At the same time four suspects coming from Hathras have been arrested from Mathura. With this the Yogi government claimed that there was a conspiracy to riot the Hathras in the state. The four suspects arrested have contacts with the PFI.