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No mention of rape in postmortem report of Hathras victim

Amid the intensifying political developments over the alleged gang-rape and murder of the 19-year-old girl in Uttar Pradesh’s Hathras, the postmortem report of the victim has come out. The report, issued by the Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi, does not mention rape.

As per the report, the victim has bruises on her neck and her spine is also broken. She also had a blood infection and suffered a heart attack. The report says the time of death was 6: 55 am on on September 29. The FSL report, in this case, is expected by this evening.

The post-mortem report revealed that the victim suffered a fracture of “C6 cervical vertebra” and there was “extravasations of blood along the fracture line” and the underlying spinal cord was “contused with ascending oedema”.

Rape is not mentioned in the report- The victim suffered a spinal injury- Injury on the neck as well- The victim had a heart attack- The victim had a blood infection- Time of dealth was 6:55 am on September 29.

Notably, on September 14, a 19-year-old girl was brutally tortured in a village in Chandpa police station area of Hathras. She was first admitted to the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College of Aligarh Muslim University and then transferred to Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi on Monday, where she died on Tuesday.

On the other hand, politics on the whole matter has gathered pace. Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has left Delhi for Hathras with her brother Rahul Gandhi. Priyanka Gandhi has said that injustice is happening in Hathras. The family is not satisfied with the investigation. Priyanka Vadra said that the Yogi government is threatening the victim’s family. The government wants to silence the family. On the other hand, Congress workers are protesting at the Delhi-Noida border. Heavy police forces are deployed on the DND.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath spoke to the family of the victim, via video conferencing, in Lucknow on Wednesday and said that a fast-track court would be set up in order for speedy justice.

The newly constituted three-member SIT team has been asked by the state government to submit its report in the case within seven days.