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FSL report hints at Sajal's invlolvement in crime

An FSL official said samples of Sajal Jain's blood group matched with the samples taken from the rape victim.

india Updated: Jan 17, 2005 18:22 IST

Gujarat police is keenly awaiting the DNA test reports of all the four accused persons arrested in the alleged gangrape case on New Year eve after the blood culture report of prime accused indicated that it matched with samples taken from victim's body.

A senior Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) official said that police were given the blood sample reports of Sajal Jain and that his blood group has matched with the samples taken from the rape victim, before she committed suicide.

However, neither the FSL nor police are ready to give any assurance that would 'pin down' Jain until the DNA reports do not confirm this.

The FSL did conduct detailed tests on the fluid samples taken from the rape victim and also on samples of blood and semen derived from the four main accused persons in custody.

The Gujarat police is heavily dependent on the scientific findings it can derive from the 51 odd evidences gathered from the Ashok Palace Hotel -- where the alleged rape occurred and the car of the prime accused Sajal Jain.

Police is still on the hunt for three more persons including two persons from Ajmer, who were allegedly involved in the gangrape.