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Bimal @ Bimalendu Mondal vs The State Of West Bengal on 6 August, 2018

Bimal @ Bimalendu Mondal vs The State Of West Bengal on 6 August, 2018


2. There was a delay of four days in lodging the complaint and

such a delay has not been properly explained.

3. The name of the appellant surfaced in the FIR which was

lodged only after four days of death of the victim. Although the

inquest was held in presence of the de-facto complainant, but no

such allegation was made at the time of holding inquest towards the

involvement of the appellant in the death of his wife nor was there

any such complaint against the appellant either to the police station

or to the villagers towards the purported ill treatment of the appellant

to his wife as claimed by the de-facto complainant.

4. The time of death or the cause of death of the victim was not

established as the doctor himself was not sure whether the death of

the victim was due to the effects of the injuries or due to poison.

Even the viscera of the victim was neither preserved nor was sent for

forensic test.





Source: IK

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