The family of the deceased girl has refused to immerse her bones in the Hathras case.
The family says that they will not immerse the bones. Refusing to immerse the ashes, the family members said that they did not know whether the body burnt was of their daughter or someone else.
Accusing the administration, the family said that they burned the dead body without showing face, in which case those bones cannot be immersed.
On September 14, a Dalit woman was allegedly raped by four Thakur caste men in the village of Chandpa police station area of Hathras, Uttar Pradesh, about 160 km from Delhi.
Later, in Delhi’s Safdarjung Hospital, the woman died and the police cremated her in the midnight, which is being disputed.
The family alleges that the administration and police cremated the deceased girl without her consent. He has not even been given the medical report of his daughter.
The family alleges that the girl was gangraped, while the ADG of Uttar Pradesh said that no evidence of semen (semen) was found from the victim’s body, so the rape could not be confirmed.
The Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh has now announced a CBI inquiry into the matter.
Up to two crores Big discount on loan
The central government on Saturday informed the Supreme Court that no interest will be taken for six months at interest for loans up to two crore rupees under the installment moratorium announced during the Kovid-19 epidemic.
The Hindu has published this news.
On behalf of the Ministry of Finance, Government of India, the Supreme Court was told that during the period of installment moratorium, there will be relief to all the borrowers in special categories in respect of interest on interest, whether they have availed the installment moratorium or not.
According to the government affidavit, in six months loan moratorium time, the interest on loan of up to two crore rupees will be waived.
The Center has said that in the event of corona virus epidemic, the government should bear the burden of interest exemption. This is the only solution. With this, the Central Government has said that permission will be sought from the Parliament for suitable grants.
Oxford’s Covid vaccine may come in six months
The Kovid-19 vaccine being developed by Oxford University will be ready for use in the next six months.
UK media quoted Hindustan Times Has published this news
This vaccine, designed to combat corona infection, can get a green signal from health regulators by the end of the year and vaccination can be started within six months after that.
This vaccine, being developed by Oxford University in collaboration with pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, is at the forefront of trials on people.
Quoting UK government sources involved in the manufacture and distribution of the vaccine, the newspaper has written that vaccination of adults can be started within six months after the approval of the vaccine.
It is also expected that it may take less than six months to prepare.