Amar Ujala Network, Faridabad
Updated Thu, 29 Oct 2020 10:03 AM IST
Student murdered in Ballabhgarh: Nikita massacre (file photo)
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The SIT constituted to probe the murder case on Monday (October 26) at Ballabhgarh in Faridabad has started investigation. With this, on Wednesday night, the police have also succeeded in arresting the third accused involved in the crime. This accused provided native katta to the killer Tausif. Today it can be produced in court. The student organizations are expected to perform today. Read here the updates of the day …..
The third accused in the murder of Nikita, Ajru has also been successful in arresting the police. It was Ajru who provided the native kattas used in the murder to Tausif. Police raided dozens of places to arrest Azru, after which he was arrested from Noonh district. The arrest was made by the Faridabad Crime Branch.
Resentment did not stop, SIT investigation started
On the third day after Nikita’s murder outside Agarwal College in Ballabhgarh, there was tremendous resentment among the people. People gathered on Sohna Road on Wednesday and demanded that the accused be hanged soon. On the other hand, Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been formed by the administration in this serious murder case. The team went to their home society and met Nikita’s family members. Home Minister Anil Vij said that the government will conduct an inquiry through ‘Love Jihad’, forced conversions and other approaches. Vij gave instructions to the Additional Chief Secretary in this regard on Wednesday.
SIT will soon investigate and submit report: Commissioner of Police
Commissioner of Police OP Singh said that according to the aggrieved side, the mother of the accused pressured Nikita to convert. The SIT has been formed to closely investigate this murder. The team includes ACP Crime Anil Kumar, DLF Crime Branch Incharge Anil Kumar, ASI Captain and Head Constable Dinesh, Sanjay Colony Outpost Incharge Ramveer Singh. The team will soon investigate and submit the report.