Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Killing in custody, Indian law is not meant for BSF, ONLY IMPUNITY

West Bengal

Particulars of the victim:-Saidul Mondal (deceased), son of Late Ayezuddin Mondal, aged about-28 years, by faith-Muslim, residence at village-Jaykrishnapur, Police Station-Jalangi, District-Murshidabad, West Bengal, India.

Particulars of the perpetrators:- The on-duty BSF jawans of Charmairasi BSF BOP Camp under Kaharpara BSF Company Head Quarter, Police Station-Raninagar, District-Murshidabad.

Place of incident: - Border area in front Char Moirasi BSF BOP Camp, Police Station-Raninagar, District-Murshidabad

Date & time of the incident: - On 17.4.2011 at about 4.30 am

Case Details:-

It is revealed during our fact finding that on 16.4.2011 and onwards the victim went for a visit to the house of his father-in-law Mr. Najer Seikh at village- Jaykrishnapur, Police Station-Jalangi, District-Murshidabad.

On 17.4.2011 at about 4.30 am the victim with some persons was present near Char Mourasi BSF Camp. Then the BSF jawans of Char Mourasi BSF Camp caught hold the victim and started to beat him with bamboo stick by black and blue. The perpetrators BSF personnel even caused grievous injuries on the body of the victim by repeatedly assaulting him by the bayonet of their service rifles. As a result of the assault the victim sustained deep cut injuries on several parts of his body, i.e. at head, nose, wrist of left hand and at right thigh. The victim could not tolerate the barbaric torture by the perpetrator BSF jawans and he succumbed to the injuries at the place of the incident. Several persons such as Mr. Jasimuddin Seikh, son of Mr. Abdul Rahman; Mr. Dablu Seikh, son of Mr. Najer Seikh; Mr. Pailat Seikh, son of Mr. Najer Seikh witnessed the whole incident.

Later, the police of Raninagar Police Station registered one unnatural death case vide Raninagar Police Station U.D. Case no. 8/2011 on the unnatural death of the victim and the post mortem examination of the victim was done at Lalbagh Sub-Divisional Hospital, Lalbagh on 18.4.2011. Reportedly there was no complaint from the side of Border Security Force against the victim before the police or any other authority. The victim family did not receive the Post Mortem Examination Report yet.


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