Unnao rape: Accused will not be spared, reassures UP CM Adityanath

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"The accused will not be spared, doesn't matter how influential he is", he said, when asked about the case in which a 16-year-old has accused BJP lawmaker Kuldeep Singh Sengar and his brother of raping her in June last year.

Finally: CBI Files Three Cases In Unnao Rape Case:- Uttar Pradesh BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar has been facing allegations in rape case and the UP Government stayed calm after which protests triggered across the state.

Earlier this week, Singh had also defended his party MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar in the Unnao rape case. A team also visited the crime scenes in Makhi village and examined family members, witnesses and hospital officials where the rape victim and her father were taken for treatment.

The CBI's move comes a day after the Allahabad High Court came down heavily on the Yogi Adityanath government over Unno case, asking it whether it proposes to arrest the accused MLA as it does in other cases. He was brought here earlier on Friday. The third one relates to Sengar's brother Atul Singh, who claimed that he was attacked by the victim's father.

The agency has taken over investigation into the three cases on the request of the Uttar Pradesh government. Sengar is likely to be produced by the CBI in court on Saturday.

Sengar, a four-time MLA, enjoys an huge clout, cutting across party lines, in the rural areas of Unnao district, a semi-urban area at a distance of about 70 km from Lucknow.

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Later that day, her father was picked up by the police and beaten up, following which he died.

Under the laws (IPC and CrPC), the police are duty bound to arrest a person who has been charged with rape and a case registered against him.

"Police was not ready to register FIR of the minor rape victim".

It is believed that the Centre nudged the Yogi government to hand over the case to the CBI as the state witnessed a political uproar over the incident. According to the post-mortem report, he had suffered serious injuries.

CBI officials also took over records such as treatment prescription, ultrasound reports and details of the post-mortem which was conducted by a panel of doctors.

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