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The girl sent a WhatsApp message to her close friend
The girl shared her ordeal with her friend
had refused to have sex with the guests
Uttarakhand Girl Murder Case: In the case of girl murder in Uttarakhand, the state's Director General of Police (DGP) Ashok Kumar told NDTV that the girl was working as a receptionist at the resort of the expelled BJP leader's son in Rishikesh. Was getting it done.
He was pressured by the owner and manager of the resort to offer "special services" to the guests.
He said the interrogation of the accused and investigation based on the mobile chat history revealed that the 19-year-old was pressurized to do "wrong deeds", which she had resisted.
Ashok Kumar said that, "A few days before she went missing, the girl shared her ordeal by sending a WhatsApp message to her close friend."
The resort is owned by Pulkit Arya, son of expelled BJP leader and former state minister Vinod Arya.
Pulkit Arya, resort manager Saurabh Bhaskar and assistant manager Ankit Gupta were arrested on Friday for the murder of the receptionist.
Officials said the three men allegedly killed the young woman because she refused to have sex with guests at the resort.
The girl was last seen in the CCTV footage with three men.
Ashok Kumar said that he was seen in the video coming back from a walk to the resort.
Kumar said they solved the case and arrested the main accused within 24 hours of the case being transferred from revenue police to regular police on September 22.
Ashok Kumar said that while pretending to be missing, Pulkit Arya had lodged a missing complaint with the revenue police on September 18.
The matter was transferred to us on Thursday.
He said that the alleged delay in action by the Revenue Officer or Patwari is being probed and he has been suspended for the time being.
Violent protests erupted around the resort in Rishikesh as soon as the girl's murder was revealed.
Locals broke glass of the resort and some tried to set fire to a pickle factory located in its premises.
On Friday, when the accused were being taken to the court, the angry mob also attacked the police vehicle.
Asked about the huge outrage over the murder, Ashok Kumar said that no one should take the law into their own hands, but at times when the tide of emotion rises, the police are helpless.
Earlier, a Facebook friend of the girl had reportedly said that her friend was killed because she refused to have sex with the guests for which she was offered Rs 10,000.
Ashok Kumar said that the Special Investigation Team (SIT) led by Deputy Inspector General of Police Renuka Devi is now probing the matter.
The police will ensure that the accused get the harshest punishment for this heinous crime.