New Delhi : Hathras case has got a new twist. Uttar Pradesh Police in their investigation has found that the victim’s family and the main accused Sandeep were in touch with each other through phone. The phone conversation between the victim’s family and Sandeep started in October last year. There were 104 phone conversations between the victim’s family and the accused.
This revelation has come in the investigation of UP police in Hathras scandal. The police searched the call records of the accused and the victim’s family and found that the conversation started on October 13 last year. Most of the calls are from the Chandpa area, which is just 2 km from the victim’s village.
Of these, 62 calls were made on behalf of the victim’s family while 42 calls were made on behalf of accused Sandeep. UP police in their investigation found that there was a regular phone talk between the victim’s family and the accused Sandeep. The accused Sandeep was called by the victim’s brother.
Meanwhile, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) investigation is also in the final stages. The SIT may submit its report to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday. Led by Home Secretary Bhagwan Swaroop, DIG Chandra Prakash and SP Poonam have investigated the case.
SIT had started the investigation last week and promised to submit the report in seven days. The SIT team had also reached the village of Chandpa. The SIT also took statements from the victim’s family members.
Hathras victim was gangraped in Hathras on September 14. It is alleged that the girl’s tongue was cut by the accused. The spinal cord was also broken. The victim was admitted to Aligarh hospital for treatment. She was later referred to Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi, where she died during treatment.
4 accused including Sandeep have been arrested in this case. On the other hand, the administration was on target for conducting cremation of the victim at night. The yogi government has suspended the DSP and SP of Hathras for negligence in the whole matter and orders have also been given for a CBI probe into the case.