In the Hathras case there is a CBI file charge sheet, a psychological evaluation for the victim’s brother

The CBI on Friday filed a chargesheet in SC / ST court on the rape and murder of Hathras in Uttar Pradesh. The chargesheet is filed in sections of the Rape, Murder, Harassment and SC / ST Act. “CBI will take the victim’s brother to Gujarat for psychological evaluation,” Munna Singh Pandir’s lawyer said. In fact, psychological evaluation involves direct and indirect questions related to the case by the complainant or the accused. This time his responses are recorded. Based on these responses, the psychological factors, symptoms, and motives of the complainant or the accused are measured.

The victim’s brother has lodged an FIR in the Hathras incident. Earlier, the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court had raised concerns about the government not taking any action against DM Praveen Kumar Laxkar. As the court adjourned the next hearing of the case, it had asked the CBI to submit a status report of the investigation that day.

On the other hand, the DM and the then SP have reiterated their earlier statement that the victim’s last rites are being taken into consideration in the immediate context. He dismissed the charge of using kerosene at a funeral. He said the family of the victims were protected by the Supreme Court order.

What a Hatras case

19-year-old Dalit girl gang-raped in Hathras district of Uttar Pradesh on September 14 She died on September 29 at Safdarganj Hospital in Delhi. The case shook the entire country. Politics has intensified in this regard. Yogi Sarkar was targeted.

The matter came to light when the sheriff’s body and the police forcibly burned the dead body of the victims and blocked the access of media, leaders and others in the village. The incident was later called conspiracy. The SIT was formed to investigate the incident. This was followed by the entry of the CBI and the ED. The SIT has submitted its report to the government.

At the same time, the CBI and ED are investigating. The CBI is constantly working to find out the truth of what happened on the morning of September 14 in the millet field. The trial continues. Many items are also being seized and confiscated.


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