A police officer said that to make a breakthrough in Judge Dhanbad’s death, the CBI conducted a forensic psychological test on the two arrested so far on Tuesday. CCTV footage shows that early on July 28, Uttam Anand, the additional district and conference judge for Dhanbad Court, was jogging along the side of a fairly wide road in Randhir Verma Chowk when a heavy motorized tricycle turned towards him and hit him from behind. Get on it and escape the scene. The locals took him to a nearby hospital and the doctor announced that he was dead on arrival. The driver of car
Lakhan Verma and his assistant Rahul Verma were subsequently arrested. The CBI, which took over the case from the police in Jharkhand, has been detained by the local court for five days.
The police officer, who asked not to be named, said that as the five-day pretrial detention period for the two defendants ended on Tuesday, the central investigating agency decided to use advanced technology to find out the truth. At the same time, several officials confirmed that the CBI had obtained permission to conduct drug tests on the two defendants, but the agency was unable to conduct them so far due to a lack of facilities in Dhanbad.
Earlier in the day, investigating agency officials inspected the crash site of Randhir Verma Chowk for the third time in four days. Last weekend, the CBI and its team from the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) reproduced the scenes and circumstances that led to the judge’s death twice. The tricycle used in the incident and the two defendants were also taken to the scene for exercises.