Vadodara police is seeking 14 days remand for Navlakhi gangrape accused
Will try to reconstruct the incident, their movement, involvement in any other criminal activities, involvement of any other and many other points
Vadodara police is seeking 14 days remand for the Navlakhi gangrape accused from the court to investigate the crucial part of the case. The police will try to reconstruct the incident, their movement, involvement in any other criminal activities, involvement of any other and many other points related to the case.
On 8th December the two accused are arrested by the Vadodara police under different sections and completed the medical as well as the identification parade on Monday. The team now seek remand for the accused to investigate in the case further.
"Both the accused are friends and selling balloons to earn their living. Both are well aware of the area as they visited the Navalakhi ground frequently and use the same to fled from the spot. After the medical and identification parade we are trying to reconstruct the incident, their movement, involvement in any other criminal activities, involvement of any other and many other points related to the case. The accused already accepted the crime and we are now trying to speed up the process to file the chargesheet to begin the trial in the case," said Anupam Sinh Gahlaut police commissioner Vadodara.
He said the mobiles, beedi packets and khaini was send for forensic examination and report will be come soon. The beedi packets are to match the saliva and to identify that both are same and it's a part of investigation. We found one mobile and search for the another one possess by the accused at the time of the crime.
Speaking about the security measures to be taken after the crime he said the whole area will be lighted and make easily accessible for the four wheelers. "The ground is a private property and after taking their permission high mast lights will be installed all across the ground. The dense bushes will be removed and a road will be prepared for the patrolling by the PCR vans to make it clear and easily accessible. 35 lakhs will be spend in the work and tender process is already out to materialise it," said Gahlaut.