Bengal Man Dies In Custody Allegedly Due To Torture; Fresh Autopsy Ordered

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Bengal Man Dies In Custody Allegedly Due To Torture; Fresh Autopsy Ordered

Bengal Man Dies In Custody Allegedly Due To Torture; Fresh Autopsy Ordered

The person was accused of kidnapping a lady (Representational)

New Delhi:

The Calcutta Excessive Court docket on Friday ordered a second postmortem examination on the physique of a person who died in judicial custody, on a prayer by his brother claiming that he was tortured in a correctional house in Purba Medinipur district the place he was lodged.

The courtroom directed that the physique of Madan Ghorai alias Kalipada, who the BJP claimed to be its lively employee, could also be delivered by the petitioner to the state-run R G Kar Medical School and Hospital right here for holding of the re-postmortem examination.

Justice Rajasekhar Mantha directed the pinnacle of the Forensic Division, R G Kar Medical School and Hospital, to conduct a full-fledged post-mortem afresh and videograph all the course of.

A duplicate of the videography and the report of the second postmortem examination have to be produced earlier than the courtroom on the subsequent date of listening to on October 21, the choose mentioned.

Petitioner Swapan Ghorai submitted that his brother was accused of kidnapping a lady at Patashpur in Purba Medinipur district and was in judicial remand since September 27 following his arrest.

The petitioner alleged earlier than the courtroom that Kalipada may need been tortured in custody and in addition claimed that he was delivered to Kolkata for therapy from the correctional house within the district with out the information of the household.

The household was knowledgeable of his demise on October 13 and was requested to gather the physique from the state-run SSKM Hospital right here, petitioner’s lawyer Phiroze Edulji submitted.

The courtroom mentioned that since there are allegations of unnatural demise and that too in custody, it was acceding to the request of the petitioner for a second postmortem examination.

Justice Mantha directed that after completion of the second post-mortem and after preservation of related samples, the physique could also be handed over again to the household of the petitioner.

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