Petitioners claiming that negligence on the a part of the Nazrul Manch occasion organisers and the police triggered irritating circumstances for the singer

Petitioners claiming that negligence on the a part of the Nazrul Manch occasion organisers and the police triggered irritating circumstances for the singer

A PIL was filed earlier than the Calcutta High Court on Monday searching for a CBI probe into singer KK’s death on May 31, shortly after his efficiency at Nazrul Manch, with the petitioner claiming that negligence on the a part of the organisers and the police triggered irritating circumstances for the performer.

Noting that the union that organised the programme at Gurudas College is managed by Trinamool Congress Chhatra Parishad (TMCP), the scholars’ wing of the ruling get together, the petitioner acknowledged that neutral investigation might not be doable by a state company.

He additionally mentioned that the police didn’t vital motion to forestall overcrowding on the venue As such investigation into the death of Krishnakumar Kunnath (KK) be handed over to the CBI, the petitioner prayed.

His lawyer Rabi Shankar Chatterjee mentioned that the matter could come up for listening to earlier than the division bench, headed by Chief Justice Prakash Shrivastava, on Friday.

KK had collapsed on reaching lodge, following his efficiency at Nazrul Manch. He was taken to a hospital, the place docs declared him ‘introduced useless’.

The submit mortem report acknowledged that KK’s died because of myocardial infarction.

Opposition events within the state have alleged mismanagement through the soiree at Nazrul Manch on May 31 amid claims by sure sections that the variety of attendees far exceeded the capability of the venue.

Kolkata Police commissioner Vineet Goyal acknowledged that there was no scarcity of house at Nazrul Manch throughout KK’s efficiency.

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