HC ‘surprised’ over questions SIT has asked IIT students | Kolkata News – Times of India

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KOLKATA: The Calcutta High Court on Monday expressed “surprise” at the manner in which the special investigation team appointed by the high court (SIT) questioned several students of IIT Kharagpur on the death. Faizan Ahmed – a third-year mechanical engineering student – whose body was found in a hostel room last year.
The HC said that the SIT did not question Faizan on the day he died, or the fact that the second post-mortem indicated that Faizan was murdered. The High Court asked the SIT to submit its investigation report by February 6.

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State Attorney Siddha Dev Adak The SIT had requested the Chandigarh-based CFSL to retrieve Faizan’s WhatsApp chats with others before he was found dead, the High Court was told.
The state also said that the DNA test report is pending with CFSL Kolkata. Justice Jay Sengupta Directed the directors of CFSL in Kolkata and Chandigarh to expedite the examinations and submit their reports preferably within a month. Justice Sengupta It also ordered, “The investigating agency will file a fresh report on the progress of the investigation on the next date.”
The SIT on Monday submitted a report before Justice Sengupta which was kept under “sealed cover”. Justice Sengupta said that interrogation of the students did not reveal anything about the actual incident. When Adak said that a student had told the SIT that he had bought two containers from an online portal, advocate R Chatterjee, appearing for Faizan’s parents, argued that the student, on his own Of the admissions, one was hospitalized at the time, and none of the others asked referred to it.
Faizan’s mother Rehana said that we have full faith in the High Court and believe that the criminals will get the punishment they deserve.

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