Hathras: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team claimed to have recovered clothes stained in ‘blood colour’ from the house of one of the four accused in Hathras gang-rape case, Luv Kush Sikarwar. However, Sikarwar’s family has refuted the claims.
During the raid at the house of accused Lavkush, the CBI team has found clothes soaked with what is thought to be blood.
It lasted for about two and a half hours. The CBI officials also questioned the family members of the accused.
However, Lavkush’s brother has claimed that the clothes which the CBI team has found belongs to the accused’s elder brother Ravi. He claimed that Ravi works in a paint factory and the red colour on the clothes is actually red paint.
The CBI team is in the village for the past four days and has interacted with the victim’s father and brothers.
They had also taken one of the victim’s brothers to the crime scene.
The mother and aunt of the victim had also gone to the millet field, the crime spot, in the outskirts of village Boolgarhi of Hathras.
The CBI staff had also visited the homes of all of the 4 accused on Thursday and had extensively interrogated their members of the family.