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Justice Agarwal Hearing Continues

IMPHAL, Oct 6: The hearing of the Justice Agarwal Inquiry Commission, which is investigating the July 23 Khwairamband Bazar incident of 2009 in which Rabina, a pregnant woman and Sanjit, a former UG, were killed while five other people were injured in police firing,  was conducted at Hotel Imphal today.

On the other hand, Central Forensic Science Laboratory has submitted the report of its test confirming that the photographs of the incident published in news magazine, Tehelka, were genuine.

In the hearing which began from 10.30 am onwards, Justice Agarwal gave his observation on the chargesheets and other documents submitted by the CBI in connection with its inquiry into the same incident.

He also announced that the report of the Central Forensic Science Laboratory on the test conducted to verify the genuineness of the photographs published in Tehelka has been received and the sealed report was opened.

According to a reliable source, the report of the Central Forensic Science Laboratory has confirmed the genuineness of the photographs.

Fixing October 27 as the next hearing, the Commission has summoned Additional SP (Ops) Imphal East, AK Jhalajit and OC of Commandos City Unit Debendra to come along with the records of the Commando personnel who were on duty at Khwairamband Bazar area on the day of the incident. It may be noted here that CBI which is also investigating into the incident has already framed chargesheets against nine police personnel.

(Courtesy: The Sangai Express0

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