NEW DELHI: the Supreme Court today refused to accept a petition calling for an investigation into allegations of communal unrest CBI two days Dhulagarh in West Bengal last month. A Tribunal judge Madan b. Lokur and P C Pant said it could be brought to the Calcutta High Court.
“Have approached the Supreme Court? why don’t you go first to find the drugs?”, the Court said the petitioner. The applicant alleges that the police do not keep the law for alleged disturbances on 13 and 14 December last year in the area of Dhulagarh, where they burned the houses, 138 women gang raped and persecuted and explosives and AK-47 firearm as used by the people in the Commission of a crime.
The applicant NGO, Nagarik Adhikar Raksha Samity Amtala, argued that “there is no protection provided by the State to victims affected in two days in a row” and no action taken by the police in the FIR filed against 102 defendants named.
“It is very important that the study should be conducted by the CBI to detect cross-border link in communal riots newspaper deeds, as well as transportation of communal criminals of other countries,” said the petition filed by lawyer Bijan Ghosh.
The petition also alleges that the Government of West Bengal was “biased” against a certain community and investigations by the CBI is necessary for the interest of Justice.
He said that the investigations by the CBI investigation necessary for fair and impartial in this matter, as the State Government of “failing to meet the constitutional and legal obligations regarding the maintenance of law and order”.
The petition also seeks a direction for the country to give all assistance to the CBI in the investigation.