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Hearing of Hathras case at Allahabad high court | Hathras Case: The High Court asked the ADG- If you had a daughter, would you have allowed the funeral without seeing it?


Digital Desk, Lucknow. The Allahabad Bench of the Allahabad High Court in the Hathras case was heard on Monday. In front of the two-judge bench, the aggrieved family presented their case during the hearing. 5 members of the victim’s family attended the hearing. Several officers were also present in the court on behalf of the Uttar Pradesh government. The court spoke to all family members. The biggest emphasis of the victim’s family was on how the victim’s funeral was done without her permission. On this, the court asked ADG Law and Order Prashant Kumar that if you had a daughter, would you have allowed the last rites without seeing? The ADG law and order court fell silent on this question. At the same time, the victim’s family also expressed concern that they may be implicated in some matter in the coming time. Now the next hearing of the case will be held on November 2 Explain that automatic cognizance of this case has been taken by the court, in which the family and the government were asked.

What is the whole matter?
It is alleged that on September 14, 4 people gangraped a 19-year-old girl in Boolgarhi village of Hathras. The accused broke the girl’s backbone and also cut her tongue. The victim died during treatment in Delhi. After this, all four accused were arrested. However, the police claim that the rape did not take place. Amid the political struggle, the Yogi government ordered a CBI inquiry into the Hathras gang-rape case. However, the victim’s brother said that we wanted the case to be investigated under the supervision of a Supreme Court judge. At the same time, the administration is on target to cremate the victim at night. The gang rape victim is the father of a Dalit girl or brother, uncle or any other relative, all accusing the police of forcibly cremating.

Accused claims, victim’s brother, mother killed him
The four accused in the Hathras case, Sandeep, Ramu, Lavkush and Ravi, have written letters to the SP. In the letter, these accused have questioned the victim’s family itself. The main accused Sandeep blamed the victim’s brother and his mother for assaulting and killing the victim. It has been written in the letter that Sandeep had friendship with the girl and this was not liked by the family. He had beaten the victim for this. The four accused have accused the woman’s mother and brother. Regarding the day of the incident, Sandeep says that he went to the farm to meet the victim that day but later returned home after the victim’s suggestion.

CBI is investigating the case
The case was taken over by the CBI on Saturday. On Sunday, the CBI registered a case against the main accused Sandeep under Section 307, 376D, 302, Section 3 of the SC / ST Act. On October 3, on the instructions of CM Yogi Adityanath, Additional Chief Secretary Home Avnish Awasthi and DGP Hitesh Chandra Awasthi reached Hathras and met the victim’s family. A CBI inquiry was then recommended. The CBI has formed a special team to investigate the case. The Uttar Pradesh Police was earlier investigating the case.