Sudeeksha Bhati death case: Cops arrest 2 after scanning 10,719 call records

Meticulously scanning call records of 10,719 Bullet owners, cops on Sunday nabbed two accused who were involved in the death of Sudeeksha Bhati in Bulandshahr. Bulandshahr SSP Santosh Kumar Singh said that 10 police teams also went through footage from 12 CCTV cameras and questioned at least 1,000 people.

Hailing from Greater Noida’s Dadri district in Uttar Pradesh, 19-year-old Sudeeksha had secured 98 per cent in the CBSE examinations and was pursuing entrepreneurship studies in Babson College in Massachusetts on a scholarship of Rs 3.8 crore.  Back home since March, she died in a road accident on Tuesday when they were heading to a relative’s place in Aurangabad while she was riding pillion behind her cousin.

As per, two men — Deepak Chaudhary and Raju — were riding the Bullet that stopped in front of Bhati’s vehicle, causing it to skid. The girl’s family had also accused the two men of harassed her and driving in a zigzag manner, but police are yet to corroborate these claims.

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Bulandshahr SSP Santosh Kumar Singh said, “The accused painted their Bullet bike a different colour, changed the number plate, suspension and lights after they read about Bhati’s death through media reports.”

The two accused were arrested from Bhood area in Bulandshahr. A police officer said, “When we seized the motorcycle, we found several changes. We already had images of the Bullet from the CCTV grabs. The accused, when questioned, admitted that some parts of the motorcycle had been modified.”

SSP further added, “As per CCTV footage, at no point does the accused’s vehicle cross the bike Bhati was on.”

He further added that one of the accused claimed that there was an animal cart ahead of their bike because of which a tempo abruptly stopped, which in turn forced them to pull the brake.

However, the victim’s father, Jitendra Bhati, stuck to his allegations that the accused had harassed Bhati prior to the mishap.

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