Hathras Case: CBI questions victim’s family for five hours

Hathras gang rape case

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) questioned family members of Hathras incident victim for almost five hours.

The CBI is probing the torture and alleged gang rape of 20-year old Dalit woman who died in a Delhi hospital last month.

The victim’s sister-in-law informed that the team asked her questions related to the case.

“They did not ask me many questions. They asked me about Chotu, but I don’t know him. They have taken victim’s clothes with them. They carried out questioning for hours. We did not face any pressure,” she said.

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Family of the Hathras incident victim wants the case to be shifted to Delhi. They also want to move to the national capital.

The victim’s brother had said that the family wants to be safe wherever they are.

The CBI has set up a camp office in Hathras on premises belonging to the agriculture department.

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As a part of the investigation, the CBI team also collected samples from the spot where the victim of the alleged gang-rape was cremated on September 30.

-PTC News