Prashant Dayal, Ahmedabad: The three accused in the infamous Satellite gangrape case of Ahmedabad were given clean-chit after a narcotics test was conducted on them, for which they had voluntarily come forward, informed sources. On the other hand, the crime branch was unable to get even a shred of evidence that could support the allegations of the brutal gangrape as made by the ‘victim’. Higher authorities have informed that the crime branch will soon file a summary report to the court.

The victim, a resident of Isanpur had filed a complaint with the Ahmedabad Police that she was gang-raped in a moving car near Nehrunagar area. When the police found several discrepancies in the statement given by the victim, special commissioner of crime branch J.K. Bhatt questioned the victim. She accused J.K. Bhatt of asking her weird and uncomfortable questions and being in connivance with the accused. The victim’s father filed a writ petition in the Gujarat High Court asking for the investigation to hand over to some other agency from the crime branch. As a result, Bhatt voluntarily relieved himself from the case.

The accused who were named in the victim’s complaint, i.e. Vrushabh Maru, Gaurav Dalmiya and Yamini Nayar claimed innocence and voluntarily agreed to go through lie detection and narco-analysis test to prove their innocence. The Ahmedabad Police conducted several forensics tests on the trio as per the court order. If sources are to be believed, the accused answered all the questions and underwent the tests that were conducted by a special team of doctors and psychologists and nowhere in these tests was it shown that they were lying.

The Crime branch, after going through the medical reports and the CCTV footage couldn’t corroborate the accusations mentioned by the victim. Given the high-profile nature of the case, none of the authorities are ready to give out any information in public.

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