The Supreme Court has ordered Uttar Pradesh and Haryana to hand over the file of a minor death case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to investigate the case concerning the death of a girl in a boarding school in Uttar Pradesh and the kidnapping of deceased parents. A bench of Judges Ajay Rastogi and CT Ravikumar came to hear the plea of the victim’s mother challenging an order of the High Court of Punjab and Haryana
“We have taken note of the complaint made by the applicant who happens to be the mother of the deceased and who lost her 14-year-old minor daughter when the closing report was filed by the investigating officer,” said the courtyard. “Before proceeding with the matter, that the papers/documents regarding the investigation be handed over to Respondent No. 4 by the State of Uttar Pradesh and the State of Haryana within four weeks and the Respondent No. 4 is authorized to further investigate the allegations made by the petitioner within an additional four weeks,” the court said and scheduled the case for July 11, 2022.
The Court was hearing the plea filed by the mother challenging a judgment of the High Court of Punjab and Haryana which rejected her request to transfer the case to the CBI. The mother filed a motion for the issuance of directions to the respondents UP and Haryana to hand over the investigation to the FIR. According to the woman, the body of her underage daughter was found hanged in a boarding school in Uttar Pradesh in July 2020 and she suspected her daughter had been raped and killed.
According to the victim’s mother, the school principal called them at school and when they arrived some people grabbed their phones and were then told that their daughter was dead and her body was hanging on the floor. roof of a classroom. In this FIR, the police filed a closure report calling the case a suicide.
The petitioner has filed two FIRs in this matter. One registered in UP for murder and alleged rape of an underage girl and the second FIR in Haryana for the kidnapping of her parents and two siblings. (ANI)
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