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Will question all those who need to be questioned, says Judicial Commission Chairman probing Hathras stampede

The Judicial Inquiry Commission formed by the Uttar Pradesh government to probe the Hathras incident on Saturday inspected the site where the stampede took place on 2nd July claiming the lives of 121 people.

The commission will prepare an investigation report on five points within two months and the investigation report will be submitted to the government.

Former IAS officer Hemant Rao and former IPS officer Bhavesh Kumar Singh were present in the judicial inquiry commission constituted under the chairmanship of former Allahabad High Court judge Brijesh Kumar Srivastava.

After the inspection, Justice Brijesh Kumar Srivastava (retired), chairman of the Judicial Inquiry Commission committee, while talking to the media, said that they will question all those who need to be questioned in the case.

“We saw the entire spot. What were the entry and exit points? We can’t come to any conclusion right now. All the members (of the committee) are present here. We will question all those who need to be questioned. Yes, we will submit our report within 2 months because we have been mandated,” he said.

Meanwhile, Devprakash Madhukar, the main suspect in the Hathras stampede, has surrendered in front of SIT, STF and Police, his Advocate AP Singh said in a video message on Friday.

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