Judge’s death case: CBI recreates crime scene in the presence of both accused

Dhanbad, August 8: In the Dhanbad District and Sessions Judge (VIII) suspicious Death Case, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team is constantly scrambling to understand the developments. On Sunday, the CBI once again reached the spot at Randhir Verma Chowk and tried to understand the nuances of the incident by recreating the crime scene.

During this, the CBI also called for the auto involved in the incident, from which Additional District Judge (ADJ) Uttam Anand was pushed. During these both the accused were also present.

It is worth mentioning that on Saturday also, the CBI had recreated the crime scene after reaching the incident. The CFSL team was also present during this. The CBI recreated the crime scene with the said auto on the spot. The CBI got a man of the same stature of ADJ Anand to jog on the spot and tried to understand the incident.

The auto that pushed the judge has been kept in Dhanbad police station. From here the CBI had loaded the auto on a mini truck and reached the spot. The auto was taken off the road with a mini truck. Auto started after pushing. After this the crime scene was repeated. The accused auto driver Lakhan Verma and his accomplice Rahul Verma were also present with the CBI. Lakhan Verma drove the auto and hit a member of the CBI’s investigation team.

The special team of CBI probing the case includes experts from Biology, DNA profiling, Forensic Psychology, Finger Prints and Serology Wing, who are busy in unearthing the case layer by layer.

What happened so far?

On July 28, during a morning walk in Dhanbad, Judge Uttam Anand was killed when an auto pushed him. On July 29, the accused arrested from Giridih and Dhanbad.

On July 29, the matter reached the High Court, the court reprimanded.

On July 29, SIT constituted under the leadership of ADG rank officer.

On July 29, CCTV footage found evidence of deliberate collision.

On July 30, the Supreme Court sought a report from the DGP and CS.

On July 31, Chief Minister Hemant Soren recommended a CBI inquiry.

On August 04, the CBI started the investigation.

On August 05, an application was filed in the court of Sub-Divisional Judicial Magistrate cum CBI Special Judge Shikha Agarwal, demanding remand for five days to jailed auto driver Lakhan Verma and his associate Rahul Verma. The court allowed the two to be remanded for five days.

On August 07, CBI team recreated the incident with the help of auto and judge’s dummy at the spot.

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