Hathras Gangrape case UP government has asked Supreme Court to order a court monitored CBI probe into Hathras case

The Yogi government wants a CBI probe under the supervision of the Supreme Court in the alleged gang rape and death case of a Dalit girl in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh. In its affidavit filed in the Supreme Court on Tuesday, the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh said that it wants to investigate the Hathras scandal under the supervision of the court. The Yogi government has submitted its affidavit in the Supreme Court before hearing the petition seeking a CBI or SIT investigation under the supervision of the retired judge of the Hathras scandal. The Bench of Chief Justice Justices SA Bobde, Justice AS Bopanna and Justice V Ramasubramaniam will be heard on this petition filed in the Hathras case.

The Uttar Pradesh government has said in its affidavit that the government is fully committed to a fair investigation to bring out the truth of the incident. The government said that the Supreme Court under its supervision should direct the CBI investigation into the alleged gangrape and death case in Hathras. The government further said that in order to maintain law and order and avoid violence, the dead body of the victim was cremated at night. In this affidavit of the UP government, political parties and civil society organizations have been blamed for attempting caste division.

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Let us know that this petition has been filed by social worker Satyam Dubey, resident of Delhi and some lawyers. The petition said that the investigation and trial of the case in UP would not be impartial. Significantly, questions were being raised about the action of the UP government and police regarding the Hathras incident, after which the UP government transferred the case to the CBI on Monday. The role of the Uttar Pradesh Police has been questioned in the petition. The petition mentioned the confrontation with the opposition leaders of the police and the funeral of the victim’s body at 2.30 pm. The petition has sought transfer of trial of Hathras case from Uttar Pradesh to Delhi. The petitioners say that the investigation and trial of the case in UP will not be fair. Therefore, it should be transferred to Delhi.

Meanwhile, amidst the rapidly changing political developments following the Hathras incident in Uttar Pradesh, the police filed an FIR against unknown people in the Chandpa police station of the district on charges of conspiring caste-based conflict, attempts to tarnish the image of the government and spoil the atmosphere. Is recorded. Four people have been arrested in this case. A total of 21 cases have been registered in this regard across the state. Four youths belonging to an organization going to Hathras from Delhi have been arrested by the police.

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According to Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Prashant Kumar, Bijnor, Saharanpur, Bulandshahar, Prayagraj, Hathras, Ayodhya, Lucknow, in addition to six cases in various police station areas of Hathras district in the Hathras case regarding objectionable comments on various platforms A total of 13 cases have been registered in the Commissionerate. They have been arrested taking preventive action against four suspects going from Delhi towards Hathras. Police allege that these people are involved in a conspiracy to ‘burn’ Uttar Pradesh on the pretext of Hathras.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said sternly, “Not only is conspiracy to spread ethnic and communal riots in the country and the state, but there is also funding from abroad to lay its foundation.”

Significantly, on September 14, a 19-year-old Dalit girl was allegedly gang-raped by four boys in a village in Hathras district. The girl later died on 29 September at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi. Soon after the death, the police cremated at night in a hurry, after which a lot of ruckus occurred. The family says that the police cremated the victim on his own free will, while the police rejected these claims.


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