The DGP of Chandigarh, Tajender Singh Luthra said that both the accused in the Chandigarh stalking case had refused to give their blood and urine samples for the investigation. The FIR was registered after the CCTV footage was recovered from Sector 26 which we had covered yesterday though initially the cops were reluctant leading to the outcry from the public that this was done because the accused was the son of a powerful BJP leader.
“The duty doctor did want to take the blood and urine sample, but the accused are law graduates, they knew the law very well. Therefore, they refused to give the blood and urine sample,” DGP Luthra said. He further added “We have captured the CCTV footage from six different places and that clearly indicates that the accused were chasing the car of the girl. We have enough information for now, additional evidence will be welcomed.”
The DGP reitertated that the refusal to give samples would be used against them and would not take much time to complete the investigation to ensure the delivery of speedy justice.The accused Vikas Barala and Ashish Kumar, have been summoned to appear before the police today.
They have been asked to appear at 11 am today. They will be interrogated once they will come and after that further course of investigation will be decided,” the DGP said.