New Delhi, October 11
The CBI today registered an FIR and took over investigation into the alleged gangrape and murder of a Dalit woman last month in Hathras district of Uttar Pradesh.
The probe agency registered the FIR under Indian Penal Code sections related to gangrape and murder among others, and the SC and ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.
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It assigned the case to its Ghaziabad unit with a special team to probe the crime, officials said. The CBI registered the FIR on the basis of the case which was earlier registered at the Chandpa police station in Hathras.
The notification issued by the Centre on the request of the state government had asked the CBI to probe rape, murder and atrocity and “any attempt, abetment or any conspiracy in relation to such offences”. — TNS
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