An area court docket on Tuesday heard a petition in search of permission to conduct narco and polygraph checks of the accused within the Ankita Bhandari homicide case.
Judicial Justice of the Peace (First Class) Bhavna Pandey, after listening to the arguments of the prosecution and the defence, mounted January 5 as the subsequent date of listening to.
Prosecution lawyer Ajay Pant argued that each narco and polygraph checks of the accused must be performed.
Amit Sajwan, arguing for the accused, needed it to be clarified whether or not the prosecution needed to conduct a narco check or a polygraph check as the 2 had been totally different.
Bhandari (19) labored as a receptionist at Vanantara resort close to Rishikesh and was allegedly killed by its proprietor Pulkit Arya and his two accomplices after she refused to yield to their strain to supply “additional companies” to a VIP customer within the state.
Her homicide had triggered an enormous public outrage.
The accused are in jail and a cost sheet has additionally been filed in opposition to them by the SIT investigating the case.
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