IIT Kharagpur, police submit reports in HC on student’s death


The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) at Kharagpur in West Bengal submitted a three-page report to the Calcutta high court on Tuesday in connection with the alleged ragging incidents in the hostel. “Authorities in IIT Kharagpur submitted a report to the Kolkata High Court on Tuesday. The court has ordered that the contents of the report not be disclosed as it may hinder the ongoing investigation,” said the victim. Supreme Court Attorney Ranajeet Chatterjee, who represents the parents of the deceased, said.

The body of a 23-year-old student from IIT Kharagpur was found in his dormitory room on 14 October. The victim’s parents had sued the court, questioning the role of the IIT authorities. When the student was from Assam, on October 20, Himanta Biswa, chief minister of the North East province Salma, asked his West Bengal counterpart Mama Tabanerjee to thoroughly investigate the circumstances of the student’s death.

Earlier this month, the single justice bank Rajasekhar Manta ordered the director of IIT Kharagpur to submit a report on the measures taken by the institute to stop “ragging” after a flood of complaints from dormitory security teams. I was.Banks also instructed the IIT director to name the students involved in the lagging. Students involved in ‘trolling’ should be named in the report by the principal,” the order said.The West Midnapole Police Department, which is investigating the case, has also filed a report with the court.The court will hear him again on November 30th.

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