Hathras case: More than 100 phone conversations between the victim's brother and the main accused Sandeep


Bangla Hunt Desk: New information came to light in the investigation of the Hathras case. Uttar Pradesh police found in the investigation that the victim's family and the main accused Sandeep had phone contact. Phone communication between the abused family and the main accused Sandeep started in October last year. The victim's family has spoken to the accused on the phone 104 times a year.

The information in the Hatras case came to light after an investigation by the Uttar Pradesh police. Police have investigated the call records of the accused family and found that the two families started communicating on the phone from October 13 last year. Most of the calls were made from Chandapa area. Which is only two km away from the village of torture.

Out of a total of 104 phone calls, 72 were made from the victim's family, and 42 were made by the accused Sandeep. UP police investigation has revealed that the accused Sandeep used to talk regularly with the abused family. Accused Sandeep was called by the victim's brother.

On the other hand, the Yogi Adityanath government of Uttar Pradesh has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court in the Hathras case. In the affidavit, the Uttar Pradesh government accused the opposition of spreading national riots. The affidavit of the Uttar Pradesh government claimed that the body of the victim was buried in the dark of night to avoid any further untoward incidents after the consent of the family.

In their affidavits, the Yogi government stated the reason for the Ayodhya-Babri case, saying the district was on high alert. Corona has also been shown to cause crowds to gather. According to the Uttar Pradesh government, the body of the victim was buried in the dark of night after the consent of the family due to the sensitivity and corona of the Babri case in Ayodhya.