The father of the student, CR Benny, has filed a complaint with the police alleging that this is a case of murder since he found an injury on the head of his son’s body. The student’s family had not been informed of any injury. The post-mortem report had also shown that there were injuries in the chest, neck and back. Benny held a press conference in Jaipur days ago, urging the media to take up the case as police, university authorities and the state government appeared to be colluding to dismiss this as a natural death, caused by heart attack. Benny further claimed that his son had been roughed up by a gang of students, among them a student of law allegedly a drug addict, and some outsiders.
Suresh, in his letter to the CM, writes: “It seems that the station house officer Chandwaji police station tried to delay the registering of FIR thereby complicating the initial investigation process. Ultimately, under the intervention of the superintendent of police, Jaipur Rural, FIR was lodged under Section 302 IPC.”
Suresh writes that the CM must act to restore the faith of the Malayali Community in Rajasthan in the state’s justice delivery mechanism. “Considering the agony of the family members of the deceased student and the Malayali community in Jaipur, I request you to pass on an immediate direction to your home department that the investigation is speeded up to its logical end,” the MP writes.
Source : timesofindia