Raju Bhatt, a fugitive accused in a high-profile rape case in Vadodara, has finally been caught by police. Raju Bhatt, who has been giving the police the slip since several days, has been nabbed by the police from Junagadh. He was believed to have gone underground. The Crime Branch and PCB team have brought Raju from Junagadh to Vadodara.
Vadodara police and Junagadh police conducted a joint operation and nabbed Raju from Junagadh. Earlier, there was a lot of speculation on Raju Bhatt’s whereabouts and non-arrest. The crime branch has achieved great success by catching the accused from Junagadh and thus putting all rumours at rest.
According to information received, other agencies, including the Vadodara Crime Branch, had received information that Raju Bhatt was hiding somewhere around Junagadh. On the basis of this, Crime Branch Vadodara PCB and Junagadh Police conducted a joint operation and this morning Raju Bhatt was held from Junagadh Highway. Raju Bhatt will now be produced in a Vadodara court.
Based on information received after Kanji’s arrest earlier, Raju Bhatt was nabbed by the Vadodara Crime Branch and Junagadh police in a joint operation. Now the second accused in the case CA. Ashok Jain is absconding and a hearing on his anticipatory bail application will be held on Wednesday.
It may be mentioned that in the Vadodara high profile rape case, the police teams are investigating at different places as per the statements of the victim.
Currently, the police have found a lot of evidence. Police took the victim to the ground during the investigation and recovered the items and clothes thrown by the victim.
All these items will be sent to FSL for investigation. Police also seized hair of the girl and a packet of condoms from her flat.
Based upon the sequence of events and almost 100 % victim justified evidence availablity I doubt that this might be best example of honeytrap ,,,only thing which i doubt is that some event took place between accused and rape victim which resulted in disclosure against police ….let’s see where the case goes I think police should not get biased against victim as she is in relation with underworld gangs so you never know what can come out of this trap …