Press Reporter News Service
Faridkot, June 1
To negate a report of the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) of the CBI during which the company had given a clear chit to all three prime accused of sacrilege incidents, the SIT of the Punjab Police immediately collected the handwriting samples of Sukhjinder Singh alias Sunny, accused of writing the blasphemous posters, within the courtroom of Judicial Justice of the Peace Ist Class (JMIC), Faridkot.
The CFSL, in its report dated August 28, 2018, had claimed that the handwriting on the posters didn’t match with any of the suspects — Mohinder Pal, alias Bittu; Sukhjinder Singh, alias Sunny; Shakti Singh and eight others within the Burj Jawahar Singh Wala and Bargari sacrilege incidents.
Nonetheless, claiming that the CBI didn’t correctly evaluate the handwritings of the accused with that on the posters, an SIT official immediately approached the JMIC courtroom right here, in search of to gather a pattern of Sukhjinder’s handwriting.
Earlier than the investigation within the sacrilege instances was transferred to the SIT in January this yr on the orders of the Punjab and Haryana Excessive Court docket, it was being investigated by the CBI.
Apart from giving a clear chit to the accused within the writing of sacrilegious posters, the CBI’s CFSL had discovered all of the accused as “truthful” of their polygraph take a look at.
Whereas the brand new SIT arrested six Dera Sacha Sauda followers on Might 16, the accused are counting on the CBI report, which had given them a clear chit.
Practically 75 individuals underwent numerous assessments, together with forensic psychological evaluation, handwriting, polygraph (lie detection take a look at), palm/finger prints examination, layered voice evaluation assessments in CFSL between September 2016 and August 2018 in the course of the investigation in three sacrilege incidents at Bargari and Burj Jawahar Singh Wala between June and October, 2015.