Unnao Case: Cremation of both Dalit Girls amid tight security
Family members have buried the dead bodies. During this, several top officials including IG, Commissioner, DM, SP were present on the spot.
New Delhi: After the death of two teenagers in Baburaha village of Asoha police station area of Unnao, Uttar Pradesh, the entire village has been converted into a camp. Both daughters were cremated on Friday amid tight security arrangements. Family members have buried the dead bodies. During this, several top officials including IG, Commissioner, DM, SP were present on the spot. Strong security arrangements have also been made by the district administration at the homes of the deceased.
Cremation in Unnao:
UP Director General of Police (DGP) Hitesh Chandra Awasthi said that the treatment of the unconscious girl is underway in Kanpur and doctors have described it as a Suspected Case of Poisoning. A panel of doctors has done a postmortem of two of these dead girls. No injury has been found in report. He told that the viscera has been safely sent and sent for chemical analysis.
The help of forensic experts is being sought to investigate the incident. Considering the seriousness of the case, the local police has formed 6 teams. In view of all the possibilities, the incident is under investigation under the supervision of senior officials.
Significantly, on Wednesday, three girls who went to fetch cattle in the Asoha police station area of Unnao district were found unconscious in the field. The family rushed these three unconscious girls to CHC Asoha in a hurry, where two of the doctors' girls were declared dead.
The third girl has been sent to Unnao for treatment and then to a hospital in Kanpur. The condition of the girl child is still stable. According to doctors, all these girls have been given toxic substances. On the instructions of CM Yogi, the government will bear all the expenses for the treatment of the hospitalized girl.