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Forensic report finds no human tissue

THE ASIAN AGE.
Published : Sep 4, 2018, 12:54 am IST
Updated : Sep 4, 2018, 12:54 am IST

According to the experts from state forensic science laboratory the packets had only diapers for babies.

(Representational image)
 (Representational image)

Kolkata: After the Kolkata police and the doctors, the forensic experts also concluded that the packets which were recovered from the large plot of land in Haridevpur in south western parts of the city on the suspicion of containing 14 foetuses did not have any human tissue.

According to them the packets had only diapers for babies.

On Sunday night, a team of experts from the state forensic science laboratory visited the land on Raja Rammohan Roy Road for inspection and collection of samples for examination. By then the packets were sent to M.R. Bangur Hospital.

The team members then visited there and checked the packets which were showed to them.

They found some colours in the diapers and collected samples for forensic examination.

But the incident has raised questions on the city police’s statement and U-turn.

On Sunday afternoon, a mystery unfolded over the recovery of 14 pieces of suspected foetuses, wrapped in multiple packets lying in bushes at the land for a realty project. Trinamul Congress minister and Kolkata Mayor Sovan Chatterjee who visited to the spot claimed that 14 foetuses were found.

Kolkata police commissioner Rajeev Kumar also inspected the spot. Echoing the Mayor deputy commissioner of police (south west) Nilanjan Biswas in the evening said at a press meet that the 14 foetuses were sent for post-mortem at M.R. Bangur Hospital.

Confusion prevailed after sometime when he however told the media that there was no human issue found by the doctors in any of the packets.

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