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Request for ‘fast track court’ for Ankita murder case

Dehradun. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has requested the court to set up a ‘fast track court’ to bring the culprits of the Ankita Bhandari murder case to justice at the earliest. . In a tweet from the Chief Minister’s Office, Dhami was quoted as saying that the government has requested the Hon’ble Court to set up a fast track court for the culprits to be punished at the earliest.

Amid the grief and anger that erupted across the state over the murder of 19-year-old Ankita, who worked as a receptionist at a resort, the Chief Minister once again asserted that the responsibility of the safety of daughters rests with his government and hence the government in the tragic incident that happened recently. Strict action has been taken by He said that the government has also done the work of demolition of illegal constructions done by them by arresting the accused immediately.

The resort operator Pulkit Arya, allegedly employed at Vanantra Resort in Ganga Bhogpur in Yamkeshwar of Pauri district, along with two of his employees, manager Saurabh Bhaskar and assistant manager Ankit Gupta, together with Chilla Canal (Rishikesh) near Rishikesh. Chila canal) was pushed to death.
The main accused Pulkit is the son of Vinod Arya, a former BJP leader from Haridwar, who was a minister of state in the past. However, after the incident came to light, Arya was expelled from the party by the BJP.

The SIT constituted under the chairmanship of Deputy Inspector General of Police P Renuka Devi, who was camping in Laxmanjhula for speedy investigation, has reached the spot and started collecting evidence and examining them. (Language)

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