Delhi Cantt case: Forensic report suggests leakage of current in water cooler, strengthens ‘Electrocution’ theory

New Delhi: Four days after a nine-year-old girl was found dead inside a cremation ground in southwest Delhi, the case has taken a new turn. Forensic examination of the water cooler revealed that there is a leakage of electric current and most likely the girl was died due to electric shock. 

Initial FIR, filed by the deceased’s mother, also read that the girl died of electrocution. Police officers had also revealed that in the initial inquiry it was found that the girl was died due to electric shock. 

However, for recreating the crime scene police have transferred the probe to the crime branch. “The case has been transferred to the Crime Branch for further expeditions and scientific investigation in order to ensure speedy trial in the interest of justice,” said the Delhi police spokesperson.

Four persons identified as the crematorium caretaker Radhey Shyam (55), and employees Kuldeep (63), Laxmi Narain (48), and Saleem (49) were arrested in connection with the case.

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