A Naxalite woman from Jabalpur, MP stayed with the Hathras victim’s family for 6 days after the murderous assault on the victim in order to instigate them, reports News-18 Hindi quoting SIT sources.
The 19-year-old Hathras victim was attacked on the morning of 14th September, and the woman arrived in the village on 16th and stayed with the family till 22nd as a Bhabhi (sister-in-law). Incidentally, it was on 22nd that the victim first gave a statement to police that she was gang-raped by 4 men – up until then, she had maintained that she was only attacked by key accused Sandeep, and the same charge was recorded in the FIR lodged by her brother on the day of the attack.
So the "Bhabhi" of Hathras victim was a Naxal operative. She was hiding her face all the time with "Ghoonghat". pic.twitter.com/c2GJbZCdXR
— Shash (@BefittingFacts) October 10, 2020
SIT found out about the Naxalite woman when they analyzed the call records of the actual Bhabhi of the victim and found that the two were constantly in touch. It is reported that the woman, a resident of Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh, hid her identity using a ghoonghat (face veil). News18 claims to have an audio of the impostor Bhabhi. SIT is trying to track her whereabouts.
We must add that the victim’s Bhabhi has given several controversial statements, including one where she demanded, “2-4 Thakur (caste of the accused men) girls should be sent to stay with 6 Dalit boys, whatever happened to our daughter should happen with their girls, that will be justice.”
Apart from the Naxalite connection, 4 PFI (a radical Islamist organisation which played a major role in anti-CAA riots and recent Bengaluru riots) activists, including a Kerala journalist, were arrested by UP Police few days back from Mathura while they were enroute to Hathras. They have been charged with conspiracy to incite violence and caste riots over the Hathras incident, and there are other reports of massive foreign funding to achieve this nefarious goal.
PFI links to the radical Bhim Army (which claims to be a Dalit organisation) have also been unearthed in the Hathras case. The same pattern of coordination between all anti-Hindu forces was observed during the anti-CAA riots.
With each passing day, it is becoming increasingly clear that the Hathras case has been hijacked by anti-Hindu forces for whom justice for the 19-year-old murdered girl and her bereaved family is the least of their priorities.
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