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Chandigarh stalking: Police recreate crime scene

They drove along the road that the accused took on Friday night when 29-year-old DJ Varnika Kundu was allegedly stalked.

punjab Updated: Aug 11, 2017 14:36 IST
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The police started driving from Sector 7, passing through Sector 8 then reached Madhya Marg.
The police started driving from Sector 7, passing through Sector 8 then reached Madhya Marg. (Karun Sharma/HT)

The police took Vikas Barala, son of Haryana BJP president Subash Barala, and his friend Ashish Kumar to recreate the crime scene on Thursday night.

They drove along the road that the accused took on Friday night when 29-year-old DJ Varnika Kundu was allegedly stalked.

Police left the Sector 26 police station, where the accused are lodged, at 10:55 pm. (Karun Sharma/HT)

A crime scene is re-created by the police to connect the dots in any crime and helps the police prove allegations in court. Police left the Sector 26 police station, where the accused are lodged, at 10:55 pm and three police vehicles took to the roads to recreate the sequence of events that eventually led to the arrest of Vikas Barala and Kumar.

The police started driving from Sector 7, passing through Sector 8 then reached Madhya Marg. They then went up to the Housing Board lights, where the accused were intercepted and arrested by the police on August 5.

After recreating the crime scene, both the accused were then taken for their medical examination at GMSH, Sector 16.