CBI resumes Hathras probe post Diwali, quizzes Chotu, 1st to reach crime spot

 

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has resumed its probe into the gangrape and demise of a 19-year-old lady in Boolgarhi village of Hathras district after a short Diwali break.

The investigation was handed over to the CBI by the state authorities and the Allahabad excessive court docket is monitoring the probe after a course from the Supreme Court.

The woman was allegedly gang raped and attacked on September 14 and she or he died on September 29.

On Thursday, a number of members of the CBI crew reached the home of the sufferer and interacted with the members of the family. On Wednesday, the CBI crew visited the residence of the accused as a part of its investigation.

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The crew members additionally questioned Chotu, a village boy, who was the primary to reach the crime spot within the village that comes underneath the Chandpa police station of Hathras.

Police from Chandpa police station took Chotu to the camp workplace of the CBI in Hathras after which dropped him again after interrogation.

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During their greater than a month lengthy investigation, CBI has interrogated members of the family of the 4 accused. The crew additionally went to Aligarh jail, the place all of the accused are lodged and it additionally visited JN Medical College of Aligarh to work together with docs and employees concerned within the remedy of the sufferer, who was within the medical faculty until September 28 earlier than she was shifted to Safdarjung hospital in Delhi, the place she died the following day.

The home of the deceased is being guarded by a crew of CRPF.

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