Only CBI probe can do justice in Rassana case: Lal Singh

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In his relentless strive to get CBI probe ordered in Rassana gang rape and murder case of an innocent nomadic girl child and to get her justice, former MP and minister Ch Lal Singh said that he would continue to his struggle and is getting more and more public support on the issue.
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Addressing a public meeting at Sunderabni on Saturday Ch Lal Singh stressed upon the need to have CBI probe to restore confidence of the general public of Jammu region.
He explained the need for the CBI probe because of four different agencies having been used to investigate this case and finally a fabricated case challaned in the court.
He stated that the fourth agency was sent from Srinagar Crime Branch with a clear cut mandate of making it a hate crime and tarnishing the image of Hindu community and their revered places of worship.
He asked the gathering, can a crime of this nature be committed in a Devsthan for eight days continuously as alleged in the Challan without any one coming to know it and raise the alarm. Doesn’t it sound suspicious and if it does, why not clear the apprehensions through a CBI inquiry.
Lal Singh claimed that he would continue to strive for CBI probe and take the agitation to a logical conclusion, because it is a question mark on secularism in Jammu and image of Dogras. Dogras are a world known ethnic group for its bravery, tolerance and sacrifices.
It is only CBI that can do justice with the case and get justice to the departed soul.
Though the child belonged to the nomadic tribe but the people of Jammu took it as crime against their own daughter and sought severest punishment to the culprit(s) but once the investigating agencies were changed, one after the other, and finally an agency with tainted and jailed officials began the investigation, the doubts arose.
Later, Lal Singh addressed public at Seot and planted a tree in Govt HSS School Balshama.
The function was organised by Master Shamsher Singh, Yograj Sharma alongwith Th K P Singh, Bhupinder Singh and Sub Jagdev Singh Chib.