MEWAT: The Haryana government on Tuesday gave over the test into the Mewat double murder and gang rape case to the Central Bureau of Investigation. Primary Secretary of the Home Department Ram Niwas said that the choice was taken keeping in perspective "the demand and sentiments of the victims."
He included that the administration was focused on the reason for equity: "There were assertions that the police was not doing what's needed. By giving over the case to the CBI we have made our expectation, of conveying the blameworthy to book, clear."
The occurrence occurred in the morning of August 25, when the young ladies alongside their folks were dozing in their home close to the Manesar-Palwal road. As indicated by the police no less than 4 men broke into the house and initially executed the young ladies' folks, and after that alternated assaulting the sisters. They then stripped the house and got away with a few resources.
Under pressure to act rapidly, the legislature had shaped an uncommon police group to explore the case. Four individuals were even captured regarding the examination, however the police upset to make any critical achievement.
A week ago the sisters, one of whom is a minor, asserted that the police had overlooked their cases that the aggressors were bovine vigilantes. Later the police denied the claims saying that they had no proof that the assailants were a piece of any dairy animals vigilante bunch.
On Saturday, Chief Minister ML Khattar had drawn feedback for portraying the Mewat occurrence as "unimportant issue." Mr Khattar said: "I don't give careful consideration to these little issues."