The final rites of two teenage girls, discovered useless in an agriculture subject in Babuhara village of Asoha police station space, have been carried out on Friday morning amid tight security preparations.
Three girls — aged 16, 15 and 14 — have been discovered in a subject by the villagers on Wednesday evening when they didn’t return after leaving their home to take fodder for cattle.
The native residents had rushed the youngsters, who’re all associated to one another, to a hospital the place two of them have been declared introduced useless.
The 16-year-old woman was rushed to a district hospital and later referred to a Kanpur healthcare facility the place she is presently present process remedy, police mentioned.
On Friday morning, the our bodies of two of the girls have been buried in their agriculture fields in the presence of senior officers and police personnel in giant numbers.
The our bodies have been delivered to their village after a autopsy was accomplished on Thursday however the final rites couldn’t be carried out on the day, police mentioned.
The district unit president of BJP Raj Kishore Rawat and native MLA Anil Singh have been current in the course of the funeral.
The district administration had made elaborate preparations with heavy deployment of security personnel and barricades being put in protecting about one kilometre on the 4 paths reaching the village with a magistrate-level official posted at each barricade to verify folks. Personnel from six police stations have been additionally deployed for canopy.
Director General of Police Hitesh Chandra Awasthi had mentioned on Thursday, “The post-mortem of the two girls was done by a panel of doctors and no injury before death or external injuries were found on their bodies.The cause of death could not be ascertained and viscera has been preserved for chemical analysis.”
“We are taking help of forensic experts and looking into all possibilities,” the DGP had mentioned.
A medical bulletin by the Kanpur hospital treating the third woman had famous that it was a suspected case of poisoning.
Apart from Section 302 (homicide), the FIR additionally lists Section 201 of the Indian Penal Code, associated to inflicting disappearance of proof. The case mentioning the 2 sections was lodged on the idea of the household’s grievance, the police had said.