JNU ‘rape’ case: No sedatives in glasses, states report

The forensic report stated that two glasses, a mug, an empty beer can and a whiskey bottle were found at the scene.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: November 10, 2016 5:45 pm

The police Tuesday filed a supplementary chargesheet in the case against suspended JNU student Anmol Ratan, who has been accused of raping a fellow student.

The woman had filed her statement before the court of Additional Sessions Judge Devendra Kumar Sharma, who also perused forensic reports submitted by the probe agency. The forensic report stated that two glasses, a mug, an empty beer can and a whiskey bottle were found at the scene.

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It also pointed out that apart from the ethyl alcohol found in the beer can and the whiskey bottle, substances such as phosphide, alkaloids, barbiturates tranquilisers, pesticides, ethyl and methyl alcohol could not be detected in the glasses and the mug. These can be used to synthesise sedatives.