In a recent incident, Sudiksha, a 19-year-old girl near the village of Bulandshahr was killed on the spot in the accident. After falling off from bike while she was on her way to uncle’s place. The family members allege that some of the boys were harassing with their bikes in front of the Sudiksha bike, after which the incident occurred in which Sudiksha died.
Sudiksha has born and brought up in an ordinary family and joined the United States for higher education. She had a dream to educate the village and other girls in the country. She was studying business management with crores of scholarship at the Bobson College in Massachusetts, U.S.A. The government had given an award of Rs 3.80 crore to Sudiksha. Sudiksha had studied intermediate from Bulandshahr Vidyagyan School. She had secured 98 percent marks in the Board exam.
Sudiksha Received a scholarship of Rs 3.80 crore from U.S. Government
When Sudiksha was in 12th class, she had applied for a scholarship from the U.S. government. She received a scholarship worth Rs 3.80 crore. She went to America in July 2018. The family members, villagers, and the public were happy and proud of the honor.
In the case of the death of Sudiksha Bhati, a student at Boston University in the United States, Bulandshahr police, and D.M., his kind of claims that the brother and family of Sudiksha are making have brought the case to a strange juncture. In this case, the biggest question is who was driving the bike that was sitting on the bike at the time of the accident.
The video released on behalf of Bulandshahr police and district collector Ravindra Kumar’s statement says that Sudiksha’s brother was running the bike. The D.M. said that Sudiksha was going to his uncle’s house with his brother. Three kilometers before Aurangabad, the motorcycle that was going ahead of the traffic collided with the bike.
The two brothers and sisters then fell on the road. The district magistrate said that after the administration found the information, both were shifted to the hospital, where Sudiksha was pronounced dead. When the journalists talked about the molestation of district magistrate Ravindra Kumar, he said that no such case has come to the fore. However, the same is under investigation.
Bulandshahr DM says Sudiksha wasn’t ‘harassed’, died in an accident caused by an underage brother
The D.M. also informed about the uncle that Aurangabad Inspector Subhash Singh had gone to the house of Sudiksha’s uncle. He also said that the bike was running by the brother and uncle was not there. The rumor of uncle riding was wrong.
D.M. Ravindra Kumar then confirmed the brother of Sudkisha was a minor.
“The relatives have to hide reality with regards to a minor riding the bicycle. Her sibling couldn’t appropriately deal with the bicycle, and it slammed into another bicycle remaining in front of it. After this, Sudiksha tumbled from the bicycle and endured a head injury. Afterward, she was hurried to the medical clinic, where she kicked the bucket,” the D.M. said at the public interview Tuesday.
The D.M. additionally said the starter examinations had not uncovered any badgering preceding the mishap.
He included that a police group is scrutinizing the relatives to get to the base of the case. “This is only an instance of a vehicular mishap, and all the rest of the confusions are by and large intentionally spread. The relatives are being examined regarding why they out of nowhere changed their announcement,” he said.
In the investigations, Sudiksha’s dad Jitendra said in an announcement to the nearby media: “The police have not broadened any participation till now.
“I request an intensive police examination concerning this case, with the goal that the blamed are grabbed, and such occurrences can be forestalled later on.”
Two statements made by Superintendent of Police
Aurangabad Superintendent of Police Atul Kumar Srivastava has made two statements in the case in two days. On Monday, he said the girl was going on a bike with her uncle. In a statement made today, he said the girl was going on a bike with her brother and died in a collision with another motorcycle.
Brother’s Statement regarding the case
A statement from the younger brother of Sudiksha, who was driving the bike, has come to the fore stating that the bike was running the same and was going to the uncle’s house on Sudiksha. He said, “A bullet was going ahead of us fast, and suddenly the brakes hit our bike. Didi went down and fell, and I also fell.”
Sudiksha’s father said that the children were going to the uncle’s house, and some of the bikes were far behind them. He never follows the bike forward. Suddenly a motorcycle turned ahead and went onward and hit the brakes loudly. The bike of our children coming from behind by hitting the brakes collided with him, causing the Sudiksha to fall, and she died of a head injury.
Priyanka Gandhi, the National Congress leader, too highlighted the issue on social media. She claims that fear of the police has got its end in Uttar Pradesh. She hopes that higher authority looks into the matter.
What Sudiksha faced has been faced by many:
- In Kota, Rajasthan, a distressed youth faced eve-teasing, a 17-year-old girl, a student of Class XII, hanged herself from the ceiling fan at her home in May 2020. Police have lodged a case of abetment to suicide upon the boy and initiated an investigation into the subject. However, S.H.O. said no suicide note was recovered from the girl’s possession, but her mother alleged that her daughter was facing eve-teasing by a boy.
- In Jaipur, two employees of the forest department were suspended on charges of eve-teasing at Ranthambhore National Park on June 30, 2020. Though, later, the Rajasthan Forest Employee’s Association at Sawai Madhopur wrote a letter to senior officers as well as Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot demanding restoration of two forest staff members suspended on the complaint of a member of the State Wildlife Board.
- In July 2020, in Rajasthan, a Police Constable at Hindoli police station in Bundi district was beaten and accused of teasing the family of a minor girl at Sukhpura Police have filed cross cases – against the constable for molesting the girl and against five members of the girl’s family for interfering with the government’s modus operandi and beating the constable who went on to investigate a case.