CBI has taken over the Hathras case. The Yogi government sent a recommendation letter to the CBI to investigate the Hathras incident. The CBI has taken over the Hathras case after the notification of the central government’s DoPT department. Soon CBI will start investigation in Hathras case. 

Till now SIT was investigating Hathras incident. Recently, the UP government gave 10 more days to complete this investigation, so that the truth can be revealed. It was believed that the government took this decision due to the ever increasing screws in this case, but now the matter has reached the CBI. 

On October 3, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath ordered the CBI to investigate the Hathras case. After this order of the Yogi government, the sister-in-law of the gang rape victim had said that we do not want a CBI inquiry. There should be a judicial inquiry into the case. We want investigation under the supervision of the judge.

This order from CM Yogi came at a time when former Congress President Rahul Gandhi and General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi had come to meet the family of the victim. Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi met the victim’s family in a closed room.

The voice of justice is being raised continuously

The voice of justice is continuously raising regarding the Hathras incident. Before dying, the victim said in her statement that she was gang-raped. A video of the day of the incident also appeared. The victim’s family is also saying who killed? But the family members of the accused are saying that they are innocent. Then the biggest question is, who killed the daughter of Hathras?

PFI’s name has come

After the Hathras scandal, a conspiracy to spread caste hysteria has been revealed, behind which the name of PFI has come. Meanwhile, the police arrested the editor of PFI mouthpiece, which is in Kerala. He was also the secretary of the PFI office of Shaheen Bagh. Police have also received indications of Bhima Army’s involvement with the PFI in this case.

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