The media forbade entering the village of torture in Hathras! Not being allowed to talk to family
Shortly after the death of Hathras victim, police claimed that the victim was not raped. The autopsy report said that several attempts were made to suffocate him, injuring him in the neck. That wound of the cervical spine is the cause of death of torture. The autopsy report did not mention rape. Although the wound was reported in secret, the report did not mention what caused it.
And the police of the Yogi administration has now spread the tune by using this report as the main tool. The ADG law enforcement there has claimed that a class of people is trying to create unrest by making allegations of rape, talking about caste. Meanwhile, on Thursday, several Congress leaders, including Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi and Adhir Chowdhury, were barred from entering the village of torture and meeting their families. When he protested, Rahul Gandhi was pushed away. Today, several Trinamool Congress representatives tried to re-enter the village and talk to the victim’s family, but were stopped and Trinamool MP Derek O’Brien was pushed to the ground.
In this situation, Hathras in Uttar Pradesh got heated once again on Friday morning. Entering the village of torture is virtually forbidden. The media has also been banned. No journalist is allowed to enter. The video of the media being prevented from entering the village has already spread on social media. It shows that the main road entering the village has been barricaded with huge police force. They were stopped by the on-duty police even though they were heading towards the victim’s house on another road.
With such effectiveness of Yogi Adityanath’s police, the question naturally arises as to what the Yogi administration is trying to conceal by creating such obstacles, isolating the village. Note that no one now has access to the village of torture in Hathras. Section 144 has been issued in the villages and surrounding areas of the victims.
On the other hand, the video of the threat of the district governor of Hathras and the sudden change in the statement of the father of the victim have raised new questions about the investigation process of the death of the victim of Hathras. As a result, the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court has started the case on its own initiative. Notice has been sent to the Uttar Pradesh administration. The court asked the ACS Home, the ADG, the district magistrate of Hathras and the superintendent of police to respond by October 12.
The controversy erupted from a viral video released Thursday. It shows that the victim’s father is demanding a CBI probe, expressing anger at the Uttar Pradesh police. But after a while, the signed statement of the victim’s father came out. The statement said that the Chief Minister spoke to Yogi Adityanath and he was satisfied with his assurance. He has no complaints about the Uttar Pradesh police investigation. And so there is no need for any protest or dharna against the murder and rape of his daughter.
Within a few hours, questions began to arise as to the reason for the change. The video was shared by Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi. He alleges that, under pressure from the victim’s family, the statement was signed. As seen in the video, the district magistrate of Hathras is talking to the victim’s family, threatening to say goodbye indirectly. The district magistrate’s main statement was, ‘Half of the media is gone today, the other half will be gone. Only we will be with you. It’s up to you whether you change your mind or not! ‘ Sharing the video raises the question, what else can it be called without threats?
However, to handle the situation, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has promised to take strict action against the culprits. He tweeted, ‘His government is committed to the safety, security and development of all mothers and sisters. In Uttar Pradesh, the destruction of those who think of harming mothers and daughters is inevitable. They will be punished in such a way that it will be an example in the future.
No matter what the Uttar Pradesh chief minister says, the way things are changing one after the other, the way the media and opposition leaders are being prevented from entering the village, many have expressed doubts about the possibility of punishing the culprits.