The third autopsy in Jind atrocity
The report come out two months after the death of Dalit college girl of village in Jind district that she neither was raped nor use force to kill her but, suggests she had committed suicide consuming poisonous celphos tablets, as per special investigation team (SIT).
Hisar superintendent of police B Satheesh Balan, an investigation head in Jind case told on Tuesday that medical evidence, including the three autopsy reports, have ruled out rape and murder of the victim.
The victim’s body was undergone with three autopsy – first at civil hospital of Jind, then at PGIMS in Rohtak, and finally at AIIMS, Delhi.
SIT head Mr Balan, who was busy to finalize the findings and report to submit it to the government within a week said that report had no indication of sexual assault or use of force to kill her.
Earlier The Times of India on August 29 has published the statement of Dr S K Dhattarwal, chairman of doctor’s panel that conducted the postmortem at PGIMS. The Times of India said, Dr Dhattarwal confirmed that there were minor injury marks on the legs and hands of the girl. “Such marks can occur when a person is pushed or thrown into the bushes,” said Dr Dhattarwal. However, Dr Dhattarwal stressed that there was disturbance on the body and marks on mouth and neck, which may indicate sexual assault. ”
Once the third autopsy report from AIIMS gets, the victim’s family is ready to appeal in the high court to probe the case through CBI. Family alleged that she was raped and murdered.
A college girl of Baniya Khera village left home for appearing in the junior basic teacher paper on August 24, but she was found dead next morning near a canal in Jind.
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