Mahanta Satanarayana, who was murdered after he was killed by a woman who went to a temple in Badaun, was arrested on Thursday night. The Mahant was hidden in the stall of the spot. On Thursday itself, the reward was increased to 50 thousand on the Mahant. According to the police, he was preparing to leave the village. Meanwhile, the villagers were caught and handed over to the police.
50-year-old Anganwadi Sahayika was murdered after the gang-rape of Ughaiti police station area of Badaun on 3 January. The post-mortem report found evidence of Nirbhaya-like torture with the woman. There was a case of inserting something like rod in the genitals. His left rib, left leg and left lung were also damaged by a weighty hit. The woman had severe wounds in her private part. A lot of blood was also spilled.
The report also showed that an iron rod or subalpine was inserted in the genitals. The officers were surprised to see the post mortem report. Following the post-mortem report, the Ughaiti police had registered a case of rape and murder against Mahant Satyanarayana Das of Dharmasthala, his associates Vedram and Yashpal. Vedram and Yashpal were arrested and sent to jail. A reward of 50 thousand was announced on absconding Mahant Satyanarayana Das.
Investigation revealed that the police did not take the case seriously at first and continued to report the incident as an accident. On Thursday morning, on the direction of IG, a case under Section 166A was registered against Raghavendra Pratap Singh, who was negligent Inspector Ughaiti in this whole case. According to IG Range Rajesh Kumar Pandey, a case under 166A has been registered against the then Inspector at Ughaiti police station. The inspector’s negligence is revealed. It has already been suspended. A departmental inquiry will also be conducted against the accused.
Gathering of political parties: MP Dr. Sanghmitra Maurya, Rajya Sabha BL Verma, MLA Dharmendra Shakya met the victim’s family and assured them of all possible help and strict action against the culprits. The SP’s delegation met the victim’s family under the leadership of former MP Dharmendra Yadav and raised a demand for a CBI inquiry, 25 lakh compensation and a son for a government job. Accusing the government of being negligent towards women’s safety and said that the administration is hiding the post-mortem report.
Member of Women’s Commission Reached: Chandramukhi, a member of the National Commission for Women, reached the village and spoke to the family and said, the government is serious about women but there are no officials. Ughaiti case of negligence of policeTeejIs. If the police wanted, the woman’s life could be saved. State Women Commission member Mithlesh Aggarwal also met the family and assured of justice.