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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government Sunday decided to hand over the Gangeshananda case that led to the chopping of swamy’s genital, to the crime branch. The case is being handed over to the crime branch following the complaint of the girl that she was forced to lodge a complaint against the swamy. She had filed a plea in the POCSO court seeking a CBI probe as she had no trust in the present probe by the police. Meanwhile, forensic examination confirmed that no traces of the male sperm were found in the girl’s clothes.

Meantime, police suspect a conspiracy being hatched to sabotage the case. A case was registered against the swamy only on the basis of the girl's statement. If the police had compelled her to give false statement against the swamy, she could have easily retracted her secret statement before the magistrate. The hands of her advocate are also suspected.

The POCSO court will consider swamy’s bail plea on June 19. The remanded swamy will be produced in the court on that day. The girl’s plea seeking a CBI probe will be also considered on that day.

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