Jodhpur: A Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) team on Saturday recovered some more items from a crater and a canal near Jaloda village in rural Jodhpur suspecting them to be belonging to missing nurse Bhanwari Devi, sources said.
After having recovered two guns, a gunny bag, a bat and some bone fragments over the past two days, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and CFSL teams reportedly found more definitive evidence from the spot Saturday suggesting that Bhanwari was burnt to ashes and her remains were dumped in the canal.
The items recovered include a charred mobile phone, a locket, watch and bracelet which the CBI sources say might belong to the nurse.
"These are more clinching evidence than what had been recovered earlier. It is almost certain that they belonged to the nurse," a source in the CBI told IANS.
Bhanwari Devi, allegedly shown in a compromising position with sacked Rajasthan minister Mahipal Maderna in a CD, had gone missing September 1st, last year.
The case has seen the arrest of former minister Maderna and Congress legislator from Luni constituency Malkhan Singh.
In a charge sheet filed earlier by the CBI, it was alleged that three men kidnapped the nurse from Jodhpur's Bilara area September 1st, killed her and then handed over her body to a gang of criminals headed by Bishnaram Bishnoi.
According to sources close to the CBI, sacked minister Maderna and Congress legislator Malkhan Singh were hand-in-glove in the entire conspiracy as the nurse was blackmailing both of them.
Maderna was believed to be blackmailed on the basis of a CD showing him in a compromising position with the nurse.
The two politicians allegedly roped in Sahiram Bishnoi, who hired Sohan Lal, Balia and Shahabuddin for the task of kidnapping the nurse.
Maderna, Malkhan, the three kidnappers and Sahiram along with Amarchand, husband of Bhanwari Devi, have been arrested by the CBI. Amarchand is at present in judicial custody.
The CBI also arrested Malkhan's brother Parasram Bishnoi as well as two others - Umesharam and Omprakash Bishnoi