IT IS CONFIRMED…KATHUA RAPE/MURDER HAPPENED INSIDE THE TEMPLE…CASE CRACKED IN DELHI BY HONEST OFFICERS…RIGHT UNDER THE NOSE OF BJP GOVT…
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BJP is part of the J&K Govt. Its own crime branch submitted the charge-sheet that confirmed the brutal rape and murder of Asifa, INSIDE A TEMPLE in Kathua, Jammu. The accused included RSS PEOPLE and even POLICE OFFICIALS WITH A COMMUNAL MINDSET.
Since the arrest of the accused, RSS created the HINDU EKTA MANCH to defend rapists and killers. The BJP IT Cell went on an overdrive trying to discredit J&K officers who had submitted the chargesheet. Right wing forces issued death and rape threats to Deepika Rajawat, the public prosecutor fighting Asifa’s case.
BJP IT CELL ALSO CIRCULATED THE THEORY THAT ASIFA WAS NOT MURDERED INSIDE A TEMPLE!
FORENSIC TESTS IN ASIFA’S CASE WERE DONE IN DELHI.
The Print has come out with a report about how DNA AND BLOOD SAMPLES FOUND IN THE TEMPLE OR ‘DEVISTHAAN’ MATCHED THOSE OF THE ACCUSED. ALSO, A SPOT OF BLOOD ON ASIFA’S FROCK LED TO THE UNRAVELING OF THE MYSTERY…
Excerpts from the report published in The Print…
On 23 February, the Jammu & Kashmir DGP sent a special messenger to Delhi home secretary Manoj Paridha. The messenger, a DSP-ranked officer from the CID posted in the Delhi unit of the J&K Police, visited Paridha with the letter and pressed upon the urgency of the matter.
“We were approached, and there was no debate on not taking the case up. The case was sensitive and needed to be fast-tracked. We had to take it up,” O.P. Mishra, additional secretary in the Delhi government’s home department, told ThePrint.
14 packets of evidence
The Forensic Science Laboratory received 14 packets of evidence between 1 March and 21 March.
A few of these packets are said to have helped confirm the juvenile accused’s presence at the Devisthan, the alleged scene of the crime.
“Two parcels were sent in to make doubly sure of the identity of the juvenile accused in the case, and the efforts bore fruit. The potency test and DNA of the accused were brought in. A THIRD PARCEL HAD TWO STRANDS OF HAIR THAT MATCHED THE DNA AND THE SAMPLE OF DNA TAKEN FROM THE DEVISTHAAN”, a source at the lab told ThePrint.
The crucial spot of blood
The toughest part, it is learnt, was getting evidence off the washed clothing, to confirm that it had indeed been worn by the victim.
The source said the frock was divided into a few pieces and analysed, and a few hours into the investigation, a team member found a spot of blood on the frill of the frock. The spot matched the viscera sample as well, and confirmed that the blood belonged to the victim.
“This strengthened the case further and we solved the puzzles one by one,” a top official of the lab said.