The court has acquitted 3 of the four accused in the Hathras gangrape murder case. The main accused Sandeep Singh has been convicted under 304 (culpable homicide not amounting to murder), SC-ST Act.
New Delhi: The court has acquitted 3 of the four accused in the Hathras gangrape murder case of Uttar Pradesh. The main accused Sandeep Singh has been convicted under 304 (culpable homicide not amounting to murder), SC-ST Act. The remaining three accused Lavkush, Ravi, Ram Kumar have been acquitted; The decision on the punishment of Sandeep Singh will come after some time. On 14 September 2020, a girl was gang-raped at Boolgarhi in Hathras.
On 29 September 2020, the girl died at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi. On the late night of September 29, the UP administration had performed the last rites of the girl against the wishes of the family members, after which there was a lot of uproar.
There was a lot of politics on the Hathras gangrape murder case. For several days, the UP police did not allow the family members to meet the media or other opposition leaders. In the whole case, Sandeep Thakur, Luv Kush, Ramu, Ravi were sent to jail under sections of murder, rape and SC ACT Act. The CBI investigated the entire matter.
The CBI had filed a 2000-page charge sheet in the entire case on 29 December 2020. The CBI filed a charge sheet against the four accused under sections of murder, gangrape, SC-ST Act. There are a total of 104 witnesses in this entire case. A lot of politics had already happened on this matter. In such a situation, due to this high profile decision, the security system has been strengthened in the entire area.