Court orders re-postmortem of West Bengal BJP employee’s body | Kolkata News


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RAIGANJ: A courtroom in West Bengal‘s Uttar Dinajpur district on Saturday ordered new postmortem evaluation of the entire body of some 24-year old BJP employee, who died within a police station here 3 days ago. The court order came after the family of the deceased, Anup Roy, searched a new postmortem examination.
His family lodged a police complaint against five policemen alleging that her son had been crushed to death with them.
Uttar Dinajpur Superintendent of Police Sumit Kumar reported the first postmortem evaluation report stated that Roy, that had been known as to Raiganj police station for questioning in connection with a current instance of dacoity, died of cerebral haemorrhage.
“We’d called him . He’d collapsed after hitting the police station. We took him to a hospital, where he had been declared dead. The postmortem report said he died because of cerebral haemorrhage,” he explained.
The SP, however, welcomed the court order to get a brand new postmortem examination.
“We also wanted a re-postmortem. We’ll ask physicians to expedite the procedure,” Kumar told.
West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh has previously alleged that the party employee was roughed up and subsequently shot dead by law enforcement.
Police sources, however, stated there was no harm or bullet markers on the entire body of the dead person.
The dead BJP employee’s mother lodged a complaint against five policemen telling them of beating her son to death.
The district SP stated that a situation has begun against the five policemen and a stunt is on to learn his role in his passing.
The BJP’s Uttar Dinajpur district unit stated it is great that an investigation was initiated against the accused policemen.
“The authorities have been non-functional from the district. They ought to do a while. We request them to accelerate the probe,” that a native BJP chief said.


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