India, Jan. 11 -- People across Gaya, Bihar's temple and Buddhist town, are unwilling to believe the local police's claim that the gruesome beheading of a 16-year-old girl from the Patwa Toli locality is a case of honour killing.

Gaya SSP Rajiv Kumar Mishra on Thursday afternoon claimed that her parents and a butcher, their family friend, had killed the 16-year-old girl for eloping with someone outside their community on December 28 and returning home after spending three days with him. The SSP substantiated his claims with confessions of the trio who are said to have committed the crime.

Hundreds of locals on Thursday took to the streets yet again to demand justice for the minor through a CBI probe, even as her parents and a family fri...