KOLKATA: Two public curiosity litigations have been filed in the Calcutta excessive courtroom on Monday looking for a judicial inquiry into the CISF firing incident in Sitalkuchi, Cooch Behar, through the fourth section of elections on Saturday. Four individuals have been killed in the CISF firing.
One of the petitions sought that the CISF unit concerned in the firing be faraway from the election course of and never deployed for the remaining 4 phases. The writs additionally referred to as for offering ample compensation to the households of the deceased.
Seeking the formation of an impartial committee headed by a retired HC decide, the petitioners — an advocate at Calcutta excessive courtroom and a college instructor — careworn the necessity to unravel the reality and determine the offenders.
While Trinamool Congress has mentioned that the firing was unprovoked, pointless and indiscriminate, BJP has claimed that the forces have been attacked and that the taking pictures was in self-defence.
The petitioners argued that whereas central and state forces are deployed for the sleek conduct of elections and to make sure security and peace, the other appeared to have occurred at Sitalkuchi, and that the forces had not adopted guidelines concerning the use of firearms.