Inconsistencies In Hathras Case: What’s The Truth?
As per reports, a 18-year-old Hathras girl was allegedly “gangraped” and subjected to brutal violence in an agricultural field.
Several videos exploded on social media.
In a video, the girl is seen lying on the floor of a police station and the police officials standing around her. They are least bothered to take her to a nearby hospital.
Her brother took her to a hospital in an auto. He had brought her on his motorcycle to the police station.
In another video, the girl is seen admitted to a local hospital, where she is narrating what had happened to her on September 14. Her mother too spoke about the incident.
Both the girl and the mother are speaking about the assault, but not about the gangrape. They named one boy – Sandeep.
The Uttar Pradesh police have arrested four people including Sandeep and Ravi for the incident.
In yet another video, the girl, when on oxygen in Aligarh hospital where she was shifted after her condition deteriorated, told that she was raped. However, she had replied “yes” to a desperate question posed by the videographer whether she was gangraped.
This statement is in contrast to the very first statement given to police and media in the police station and local hospital, where they only spoke about the assault, not gangrape.
Also, the medical report of the JN Medical College in Aligarh did not confirm the rape of the girl, who remained admitted in the same hospital till September 22.
However, it mentioned that the girl was strangled with her dupatta. She was paralyzed because of the breaking of her spine.
It also mentioned scratch marks on her back and ligature mark on her neck, but not internal injuries.
The report also stated that the rape can be confirmed only after the forensic investigation.
Since the girl’s condition was serious, it advised that her statement should be recorded before a magistrate as soon as possible. She was later referred to Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi where she breathed her last on Tuesday.
However, the police added sections of gangrape after the victim complained of it at Aligarh hospital.
So, there are inconsistencies in the statements of the girl and incidents reported in multiple media.
There are other multiple reports, indicating inconsistencies. For instance, some media reported that the girl’s body was cremated without the consent of the family and in their absence.
Other media reported that the last rites were conducted as per the wishes of the family and in their presence.
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