DNA entry in Bengal too: BJP worker’s brother said – I want to know whether the person killed is my brother or not; Court order – DNA test should be done


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Calcutta High Court has ordered DNA test of the body of BJP worker Abhijit Sarkar. Abhijit Sarkar of Beliagatha was assassinated in the violence that followed the assembly elections in Bengal. It was alleged that Abhijeet was murdered by Trinamool supporters. After this his family appealed to the High Court.

The argument of the family of the BJP worker in the High Court
Senior advocate Mahesh Jethmalani, appearing for Abhijeet’s brother Biswajit Sarkar, submitted that Abhijeet’s body was mutilated and it became very difficult to identify him. The brother is unable to recognize his brother’s body and wants a DNA test to be done. He wants to know whether the body belongs to his brother or not.

Court order – report to be given in a week
The Calcutta High Court ordered that Abhijeet’s samples be collected from the Command Hospital and sent to the Forensic Science Laboratory in Kolkata. Here his DNA test should be done and this report should be sent to the court within a week. Abhijeet’s family has also filed an appeal in the Supreme Court. On this, the Supreme Court had issued notices to the Centre, the Trinamool government and the Election Commission.

Court dispute over DNA test

  • Senior advocate Kishore Dutta, appearing for the government, said that a member of the investigating police team should also be present when Abhijeet’s samples are being collected.
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  • Jethmalani opposed this and said that it would be against the order of the Supreme Court. The government and the police show speed only after the notice of the Supreme Court.
  • Dutta said on the contention that the Supreme Court has only issued the notice. He has not ordered to stop the investigation. The Supreme Court may or may not transfer the case. Till then the state police is probing the matter. In such a situation, a person from the state police should be present there while taking the sample.

Police investigation and fear in court also mentioned

  • Dutta said that 11 attempts were made to record the statement of Abhijeet’s family, notices were sent but his statement could not be taken.
  • Jethmalani said that Abhijeet’s mother is scared to talk to the police. The reason for this is that even before his signature was taken and it was used for some other purpose.

High Court had reprimanded
Earlier on July 2, the Calcutta High Court had held that violence took place in Bengal after the assembly elections. The court had held the Mamta government wrong and said that when people were being killed and minors were being raped, the government was denying it and it was wrong. The Bengal government has failed to create an atmosphere of trust among those who have suffered the brunt of the violence.

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