Faizabad, Jun 20 (UNI) Police today said chargesheet against former Uttar Pradesh Minister of State for Food Processing Anand Sen Yadav in the sensational Shashi Yadav murder case will soon be submitted in the court.
Talking to mediapersons here, Inspector General of Police (Lucknow Zone) A K Jain said the former Minister and BSP MLA from Milkipur was arrested under section 120 of Indian Penal Code (IPC) and on the basis of evidences against him.
Chargesheet against the prime accused Vijay Sen is being framed after anlysing his mobile call list, narco test reports and other circumstancial evidences, he said.
So far, three people, including the ex-Minister, had been arrested in the case. The other accused are Vijay Sen and Seema Azad.
Shashi Yadav (24), a IIIrd yr law student of Saket Degree College, went missing under suspicious circumstances on October 22 from Faizabad.
Changing statements by Vijay, the former chauffeur of Anand Sen Yadav, had further puzzled the case.
According to sources, during the narco-analysis test, Vijay, revealed that Anand Sen Yadav had illicit relations with Shashi and after she got pregnant, he asked her to undergo abortion, but when she refused and tried to force him into marriage, he hatched the plot to get rid of her.
Vijay also disclosed that as per the plan, he and Anand Sen, along with Seema Azad, killed Shashi and dumped her body in a river in Sultanpur district.
Shashi's body is yet to be recovered but the cops found her wrist watch and arrested a boatman, who confirmed that he had snatched the wrist watch from the body of a woman, which had been dumped in the river.
On November 22, investigating officer Sharad Chandra Pandey had submitted an application before the CJM, demanding narco analysis and polygraphy tests on Vijay.
On October 31, Vijay had surrendered following charges against him.
On November 6, the then state Minister Anand Sen Yadav had to resign from the Mayawati cabinet, after the victim's father Yogendra Kumar had alleged the involvement of Anand, Vijay and Seema in Shashi's kidnapping and had expressed fears that she might have been killed.
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