Four upper-rank men supposedly assaulted the lady on September 14. She surrendered to serious attack wounds at a Delhi medical clinic a fortnight later, which was trailed by a quieted incineration around evening time, purportedly constrained by the locale organization.
Relatives of the 19-year-old Dalit lady who kicked the bucket after purportedly being assaulted by four upper-rank men in Uttar Pradesh’s Hathras showed up before the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court, which fixed November 2 as the following date of hearing.
They were heard by the Bench of Justices Pankaj Mithal and Rajan Roy on Monday.
The UP Additional Chief Secretary; DGP; and the ADG (Law and Order) likewise dismissed under the watchful eye of the court, alongside the Hathras DM and SP.
The DM advised the court that the choice to incinerate the body in the night was taken because of the peace contemplations, and there was no weight from the state specialists.
Extra Advocate General V K Shahi, who spoke to the state experts in the court, said the following date of hearing had been fixed for November 2.
The lady’s dad, mother and three siblings were brought to the court during tight security from Hathras prior in the day.
The court had called the Additional Chief Secretary, Home; the Director-General of Police; ADG, Law and Order; and the District Magistrate and Superintendent of Police of Hathras to outfit the status report of examination concerning the case.
Four upper standing men purportedly assaulted the lady on September 14. She capitulated to serious attack wounds at a Delhi emergency clinic a fortnight later, which was trailed by a quieted incineration around evening time, purportedly constrained by the area organization.
The severe wounds endured by the lady and the organization’s transition to incinerate her body late around evening time set off the massive shock, bringing about a pitched political fight from Delhi to Hathras.
“Stunned” by the homicide and claimed assault of the Dalit lady and the ensuing incineration, the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court had on October 1 called top government authorities.