Divya murder case: CB produces challan against 3 drug peddlers

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Dec 19: In Divya Manhas murder case, Crime Branch Jammu has produced challan against three drug peddlers, who had allegedly administered heavy dose of heroin to the deceased that ultimately resulted into death of the young girl.
Challan in case FIR number 88/2014 under Section 304, 120-B RPC, and Sections 8(c), 27-A, 28, 29 NDPS Act P/S Channi Himmat Jammu, was produced against Vikram Singh alias Vickku son of Uttam Singh of Talab Tilloo Jammu, Rubail Sharma alias Chimpu son of Mansa Ram of Talab Tillo, Jammu and Yashjeet alias Kalia alias Chachu son of Chaman Lal of village Searat, district Kangra, Himachal Pradesh.
Divya Manhas, daughter of Krishan Lal of Marble Market, Channi Himmat, Jammu was found in unconscious condition in front of the gate of her house on October 10, 2014. As the girl did not regain her consciousness she was taken to GMC Hospital Jammu by her parents where the doctors declared her as brought dead. The investigation was transferred to Crime Branch Jammu, last month.
During the course of investigation, it was found that two drug peddlers Vikram Singh alias Vicku and Robail Sharma alias Chimpu, used to provide heroin to the deceased. On the fateful day both of them injected a heavy dose of heroin to her in Talab Tillo area that ultimately resulted into death of the girl.
Investigation established that Yashjit alias Kalia alias Chachu was the supplier of drugs to Vikram Singh and Robail Sharma who used to allure and provide the same to youth of Jammu city, especially the school going children. As the accused persons were involved in the acts of sale, purchase, transport and possession of heroin, offences under Sections 8(c), 21, 29 NDPS were established against them.
The accused persons injected heavy dose of heroin in the body of the deceased, as a consequence of which she died and this was confirmed by FSL Jammu. After establishing the offences under Section 304, 120-B RPC read with Section 8(c), 27-A, 28, 29 NDPS Act against the accused, a preliminary chargesheet was presented before the court of Principal Sessions Judge, Jammu.
According to SSP Crime Branch, Jammu, Mubassir Latifi, the investigation of the case is on in order to unearth the whole racket of inter-State drug mafia who are spoiling the young generation.


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