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West Bengal: Hearing on the appeal against the order of CBI inquiry in the West Bengal violence case will be held on September 20

West Bengal: पश्चिम बंगाल हिंसा मामले में CBI जांच के आदेश के खिलाफ अपील पर 20 सितंबर को होगी सुनवाई

The bench had also ordered the investigation of other offenses related to the post-poll violence by the SIT. The High Court has also directed the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) committee constituted on the directions of the bench, any other commission or authority and the state government to immediately hand over the records related to the cases to the CBI for further investigation.

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Supreme court (Supreme Court) on Monday said it will hear on September 20 the West Bengal government’s appeal against the order of the Calcutta High Court directing a court-monitored CBI probe into heinous cases of rape and murder during the post-poll violence in Bengal. .

Before a bench of Justices Vineet Saran and Aniruddha Bose, senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for the West Bengal government, said, “Can you imagine that these people have Was appointed to collect the data? Is this BJP’s inquiry committee?’

He said there is a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to probe cases like rape and murder and a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe other incidents. To this, the top court said, “If someone had a political past and if he comes to an official position, will we consider him prejudiced on the basis of that fact?”

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Sibal said that the members are still posting related to BJP and how can the chairman of human rights committee appoint such members? During this, he requested an interim order. But the top court said that it will hear the matter on September 20. The bench said, “Nothing will happen. We will hear on Monday (next).

The state government, in its special leave petition, has said that it does not expect a fair probe from the CBI, which is busy fabricating cases against leaders of the ruling Trinamool Congress. Earlier, advocate Anindya Sundar Das, one of the filers of the PIL, had filed a caveat petition in the apex court, urging that if the state government or other litigants file an appeal, no order should be passed without hearing them.

The Calcutta High Court had given its order on 19 August on the PIL itself. A five-judge bench of the High Court headed by Acting Chief Justice Justice Rajesh Bindal ordered CBI to probe all cases of alleged heinous crimes during the violence following the assembly election results that saw the Trinamool Congress return to power this year. Was.

Instructions to give all reports to CBI

The bench had also ordered the investigation of other offenses related to the post-poll violence by the SIT. The High Court has also directed the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) committee constituted on the directions of the bench, any other commission or authority and the state government to immediately hand over the records related to the cases to the CBI for further investigation.

It had said that the court would keep an eye on the investigation of both the CBI and the SIT. The bench had directed both the agencies to submit the status report within six weeks. This bench, however, had earlier said that the work of the Special Investigation Team would be supervised by a retired Supreme Court judge for which a separate order would be passed, but later this responsibility was handed over to Manjula Chellur, former Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court.

The bench had said that the state has failed to register an FIR even in some cases of alleged murder and this shows that the intention has been made to investigate in a certain direction only. In such a situation, getting these incidents investigated by an independent agency will create confidence in everyone’s mind. The committee of the National Human Rights Commission submitted its final report to the court on July 13.

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