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This document enunciates the Judicial Enquiry Report of the case involving the mysterious homicide of an unfortunate tribal child named Klannto Chicham from the Garo community living in the Garo hills situated at the bordering region of Dhobaura of Mymensingh district in Bangladesh. The deceased victim was allegedly murdered due to inhuman physical torture in the form of banned corporeal punishment by his cruel teachers of a Mission School while he was residing in the students' dormitory as a student of class 4 only !!
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The
Report

Of
Judicial Enquiry

On


D h o b a u r a G R C a s e N o . 5 1 / 0 9
[ T h e G a r o C h i l d ( K l a n n t o C h i c h a m ) M u r d e r C a s e ]
[ A r i s i n g o u t o f D h o b a u r a P . S . C a s e N o . 0 2 ( 0 7 ) 0 9 ]
(State representing Nipola Chicham Vs. Benzamin Mrong and 05 Ors.)
Concerned Penal Sections : 302/201/34 of the Penal Code, 1860.

















Inquired by

Mohammad Nayeem Firoz
Judicial Magistrate



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Table of Contents

A. Accusation in the light of the Complaint............................................................................................................... 1

B. Points for determination.............................................................................................................................
............. 1

C. Compliance of legal requirements spelt out in S. 202(2A) CrPC in the Judicial Inquiry of this case triable
exclusively by the Court of Sessions............................................................................................................................
3

D. Reproduction of the depositions recorded from the witnesses produced before this Court in course of the
Judicial Inquiry............................................................................................................................................................. 4

E. Judicial evaluation of the depositions of witnesses produced in the Judicial Inquiry (hereinafter termed as
JWs) and the findings of the Medico-legal Reports regarding cause of the deceased victim s death.................. 9

1. Deposition of the complainant supporting the complaint.......................................................................................... 9


2. In search of the reasons behind Klannto Chicham s death:

Mystery(as labeled by the police in investigation reports)
or
Murder(as alleged by the complainant in the complaint) ?..................................................................................................... 9

2.1. Instances of contradictory statements:....................................................................................................................... 9

2.2. Of the refraction of the deposition of Wrangdee Rajesh as JW12 at Judicial Inquiry from his statement recorded under
S.164 CrPC as a tutored witness :
Actual Truth Vs. Truth created............................................................................... 10
2.2.1.Extract from the statement recorded under S.164 CrPC from a tutored witness :....................................................... 10
2.2.2. Extract from the deposition of Wrangdee Rajesh in the Judicial Inquiry as JW12:.......................................................... 11
2.2.3. The conspicuous contradiction as transpired from two different statements:............................................................ 11

2.3. Some indications as to the cause behind the murder in question : An endeavor to touch the truth.......... 12
2.3.1. The findigs of Dr. S.N. Ayesha Siddika in the Post Mortem report................................................................................ 12
2.3.2. The final comment of Dr. S.N. Ayesha Siddika in the Chemical Examination report.................................................... 12
2.3.3. Extracts of the deposition of JWs indicative of the cause of death............................................................................... 13

3. Of mal intention , ulterior motive and guilty conscience of the accused persons as exposed through
their abnormal activities after the death of victim Klannto Chicham: Unusual burial of the deceased in an
unusual place without adherence to the Garo Customary Laws for Cremation and Funeral........................................ 15
3.1.Findings of the Inquest Report:.......................................................................................................................................... 15
3.2. The corpse was with its old dresses in the grave as mentioned in the form for forwarding the corpse for the purpose of
Post Mortem............................................................................................................................................................................ 15
3.3. Extracts from the depositions of JWs indicative of the ulterior motive , guilty conscience and mal intention of the
accused persons........................................................................................................................................................................ 15

4. Relevant reference from literature on GARO CUSTOMARY LAWS AND PRACTICES regarding the Laws
Governing Birth and Death :................................................................................................................... 17
4.1. Clarification no.1 : The Garo customs and traditions remained unchanged in spite of outside contacts
throughout centuries............................................................................................................................................ 17
4.2. Clarification no.2 : The Garo funeral ceremony shall not be started until the arrival of the chra and
mahari of the deceased, even if the dead body is decomposed it has to be kept until all the relatives
arrive..................................................................................................................................................................... 18
4.3. Clarification no.3 : The Garo funeral ceremony starts at the arrival of the chra and relatives of the deceased
followed by the necessary preparations for cremation like Auata (bathe), Kni Chitata(combing of hairs), Tariata
(dressing up) and so on......................................................................................................................................... 18
4.4. Clarification no.4 : No dead body of the Garos shall be buried until and unless their relatives are informed
and come for the funeral...................................................................................................................................... 18
F. Findings of the Judicial Inquiry................................................................................................................. 20






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R e p o r t o f t h e J u d i c i a l E n q u i r y

In the Court of
Judicial Magistrate
Mymensingh



Present :
Mohammad Nayeem Firoz
Judicial Magistrate

In the matter of
Judicial Enquiry

into

Dhobaura General Register Case No. 51/09
[Arising out of Dhobaura P.S. Case no. 02(07)09]
(State representing Nipola Chicham Vs. Benzamin Mrong and 05 Ors.)
Concerned Penal Sections : 302/201/34 of the Penal Code, 1860.

A. Accusation in the light of the Complaint

* Type of the alleged offences: Murder of Klannto Chicham, the minor son of the
complainant in furtherance of the common intention of the accused persons
Benzamin Mrong and 05 others followed by the act of causing disappearance of
evidence of offence, with the intention of screening the offenders from legal
punishment.
* Date and time of the occurrence: The occurrence took place from 04.02.2009 AD,
corresponding to 22nd of Joishtho, 1415 BS, and Wednesday approximately at 11:00
PM to 06.02.2009 AD approximately at 02:00 PM.
* Place of the occurrence: The occurrence took place at the student s dormitory and
adjacent premises of Monshapara Adventist Seminary Mission School situated at
Monshapara in the Dhobaura Upazilla of Mymensingh District.
* Concerned Penal Sections : 302/201/34 of the Penal Code, 1860.
B. Points for determination
1. Whether the alleged accused persons made not connected with the occurrence in
the Police Reports (more specifically Final Reports) were primarily liable for the
allegations brought against them or not.

2. Whether the findings regarding the legal position of the accused persons as
enumerated in the Police Reports are justified vis-a-vis the facts and circumstances
of this case or not.
Points nos. 1 and 2 are taken together for the purpose of convenience and brevity of
discussion made hereunder.

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C. Compliance of legal requirements spelt out in S. 202(2A) CrPC in the
Judicial Inquiry of this case triable exclusively by the Court of Sessions1
To support the complainant s case as many as 13(thirteen) witnesses were produced before
this inquiring court. Since the case is exclusively triable by the Court of Sessions this Court
called upon the complainant to produce all her witnesses in pursuant to section 202(2A) of
the Code of Criminal Procedure. In so doing the Judicial Magistrate inquiring into this case
took testimony of all of the witnesses on oath.

D. Reproduction of the depositions recorded from the witnesses produced
before this Court in course of the Judicial Inquiry

As many as 13(thirteen) witnesses were produced before this inquiring court in course of
this inquiry. The Judicial Magistrate inquiring into this case took evidence of all of the
witnesses on oath. The depositions of all of the witnesses are reproduced hereunder :
JW1, Nipola Chicham said in his testimony that she is the complainant of this case.
Her deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as recorded in course
of the inquiry-
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wek|wRr igv, myRb mvsgv, wbwLj ivKmvg I cv/vi Gb. K. iB- gvU 6Rb| Avmvgx eAvwgb
gbPvcov wgkb y ji Aa| NUbv 4/2/09 Bs, Abygvb mgq Rvwbbv| Avwg Lei cvB 6/02/09
Bs, ycyi, 12 Uvi w K| Lei cvB h, D wgkb y j 4_(c) kYx Z AaqbiZ Avgvi m vb Kv
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cPU Amy n q Zvi weQvbvq c o Av Q| c i Avgvi ^vgx Zv K wb q Avgv i evmvi w K Avm Z
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G m Rvbvq Avgvi Q ji cPU Ri I m Lye Amy| G K_v i b evwo Z G m wL Avgvi Q j
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Pv Qbv| Avwg Avgvi Q j nZvi I jvk g Kivi Aciv ai wePvi PvB|

1 Section.202(2A) of CrPC goes as under:
Any Magistrate inquiring into a case under this section may, if he thinks, fit, take evidence of witnesses on oath:
Provided that if it appears to the Magistrate that the offence complained of is triable exclusively by the Court of
Session, he shall call upon the complainant to produce all his witnesses and examine them on oath.


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JW2, Rupona Chicham said in her testimony that she is the elder sister of the
complainant. Her deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as
recorded in course of the inquiry-
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wPPvg gbPvcov wgkb y j Kvm dvi G co Zv| Avwg Kv gviv M Q GB Lei c q Zv i
evwo Z wMqv wL wbcjv I AvZvimb KvbvKvwU Ki Z Q| AvZvimb Avgv K e j Kv wPPvg gviv
hvevi Av M Avgv K e j M Q Zv K y ji jv Kiv wcwU q Q| Kv wPPv gi jvk wgkb y ji
ivbvN ii cv k Avgv i Lei bv w qB Avmvgxiv cuy Z i LwQ jv| c i cywjk gqbv Z i Rb
jvk DVv j Avgiv wL jv ki Mv q y ji Rvgv-Kvco wQ jv Avi wm g Ui ev w q cuwP q
i LwQ jv| c i Zvi jvk Avgv i evwo Z Kei qv nq| Kv wPPvg K hviv wcwU q nZv Ki Q
Zv i wePvi PvB| Kv wPPvg dm(c)v wQ jv| Zvi jv ki Mv q AvNv Zi vM wQ jv| Zvi cv qI
AvNv Zi vM wQ jv|
JW3, Nishola Chicham said in her testimony that she is the cousin to the
complainant. Her deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as
recorded in course of the inquiry-
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wbcjvi Q j, Kv wPPvg| Avmvgxiv Zv K 09 mv ji de qvwi gv mi c_g w K g i d j|
Avmvgx eAvwgb, Bw iv igv, wek|wRr, myRb, wbwLj| Avwg Kv g i M Q i b de qvwi gv mi 10
Zvwi L gbPvcvov GjvKvq AvZvimb Mv vB qi evwo Z M j AvZvimb I wbcjv e j Avgv i
Q ji Kv bv AmyL wQjbv wKfv e nVvr K i m g i M jv| c i AvZvimb e j Kv wPPvg Zvi
Kv Q e j Q 1Uv gvPjvBU Pywii wg_v Awf hv M Zv K Avmvgxiv gvivZK gviai K i Q| c i Kv
gviv hvq| Zvici Avmvgxiv GB bvwjkKvix I Zvi ^vgx K eywS q iwb q Zv i A MvP i Kv
wPPv gi jvk wb q wgk bi ivbvN ii cQ b wm g Ui ev w q cuwP q gvwU Z cyu Z w q Q|
wgk bi wfZ i Kei vb Av Q mLv b Zvi jvk Kei bv w q Zvovu ov K i ivbvN ii wcQ b Kei
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bvB| c i cywjk mLvb _ K jvk DVv j Avgiv wL Zvi cv q AvNv Zi wPy| Zvi mviv kix i
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Gici jvk Kv jv n q hvq| Avgiv H NUbv LwQ| Avgiv Kv wPPvg nZvi wePvi PvB| Kv
wPPv gi evev AvZvim bi PvKywi Z eZb Av M wQ jv 2 nvRvi UvKv GLb wgkb Zvi eZb A bK
evwo q Q|

JW4, Md. Shonju Miah said in his testimony that he is the witness to this case. His
deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as recorded in course of the
inquiry-
Avwg gvgjvi mvx| wbcjvi evwo Z 3Uv gUi mvB Kj wbqv 6 Rb jvK
Av m| c _ Avgv K c q e j- " Avgiv NUbv NUvB jI NUvBwQ I bv NUvB jI NUvBwQ "| Zv i bvg
Avgvi Kv Q e j bvB| Avwg ejwQ Mv gi MYgvb ew i wbqv Avcm-gxgvsmvq em ev| Zviv e j
hvq 1 mvn c i Avm e| Avi Zviv Av m bvB| Avwg ibwQ wbcjvi Q j K wgkb y ji jv Kiv

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Kei w Z LwQ| Avwg GB nZvKv Ui wePvi PvB|
JW5, Reqshauna Tozu said in her testimony that she is the neighbor to the
complainant. Her deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as
recorded in course of the inquiry-
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Rb| wbcjvi Q j Kv wPPvg K Avmvgxiv wcwU q g i Q e j Q wbcjv I AvZvimb | 2009
mv ji de qvix gv mi 10 ZvwiL GB K_v e j Q Zv i evwo Z e m| wbcjvi Q j gviv M Q
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Rvbvq Kv K Avmvgxiv g i d j Q| Kv wPPvg K Avmvgxiv wgk bi ivbvN ii wcQ b wm g Ui
ev cuwP q vdb K i Q e j i bwQ| Kv wPPvg gbPvcvov wgkb y j co Zv| AvZvimb GLb
e j h, Zvi Q j bvwK R i gviv M Q| A_P 10/02/09 Bs Zvwi L AvZvimb Avgv K e jwQ jv
h, Zvi Q j K AvmvgxivB g i Q| Avwg Acivax i wePvi PvB|
JW6, Md. Ruhul Ameen said in his testimony that he is the neighbor to the
complainant. His deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as
recorded in course of the inquiry-
Avwg bvwjkKvixi cwZ ekx| Avwg I mAy wgqv bvwjkKvixi evwoi cv ki wb cb
gv/v ii evwo Z eQi yB Av M MwQjvg wKQy jb bi Kv R| c i mLv b wMqv wL 3 Uv gUi
mvB K j 6 Rb gvbyl wb cb gv/v ii evwo Z Avm Q| c i Avgiv wbcjvi evwo Z G m cwo| c i
wbcjvi evwo Z 1 Uv gUi mvB K j 2 Rb Av m| Zviv cwiPq w jv Zviv gbPvcvov wgkb _ K
G m Q- hLvbKvi wKQy jvK wbcjvi Q j K g i d j Q ibwQ| Zviv e j- " Avgiv NUbv
NUvB jI NUvBwQ bv NUvB jI NUvBwQ "| Zviv AviI e j Avcm Ki Z Pvq| Avgiv ejwQ Mv gi
AviI K qKRb gvZei wbqv em j fv jv nq| c i Zviv 1 mvn mgq wbqv hvq| c i Avi Av m
bvB| wbcjvi Q j Kv wPPvg K Avmvgxiv g i wm g Ui ev wqv cuwP q wgk bi ivbvN ii
wcQ b gvwU wqv i L M Q| Bvwbs AvUvimb e j Q j Amy L gviv M Q| Kv wPPvg Kv bv
Amy L gviv M j Zv K K bv ev cuwP q ZvovZvwo gvwU e Zv eyS Z cvwibv| bvwjkKvixi
Av iKUv Q j Av Q Zv KI GLb AvUvimb Lfvj K ibv I LiPvcvwZ qbv| AvUvimb K
Avmvgxiv wK b d j Q e j g b nq| wePvi PvB|
JW7, Atarsson Gandaye said in his testimony that he is the husband of the
complainant and father of the deceased victim Klannto Chicham. His deposition is
reproduced here in the original form of language as recorded in course of the inquiry-
Avwg bvwjkKvixi ^vgx I Kv wPPv gi evev| GB gvgjvi Avmvgx gvU 6
Rb| eAvwgb gs, Bw iv igv, wek|wRr igv, myRb mvsgv, wbwLj ivKmvg I cv/vi
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QvU Q jI D wgk b co Zv| GLb Zvi gv Zv K wb q M Q| GLb QvU Q j ev x wbcjvi
mv _ Kv bv hvMv hvM bB| Q j ev x K I Kv bv UvKv cqmv Bbv| Zviv wKfv e Pj Z Q Zv
Rvwbbv| Kv wPPvg hLb gviv hvq ZLb Zvi eqm 10/12 n e| Kv wPPvg K 6/2/09 Zvwi L ycyi
1Uvi w K wgkb _ K evwo Z Avbvi c _ Avwg wRAvmv Kwi " Zvgv K K g i Q Avgv K e jv? "
- Zv K Amy L Avwg D ck Zv K Kwi| m Avgv K ejwQ jv Zvi gv_vq ev_v| Zvici Zv K

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MwQ jv| Avwg ZLb evmyi gva g Lei cvVv j m evwo Z G m Kv K gZ Aevq L A bK
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wQ jv Zv cwiwnZ AevqB Kei qv nq| wm g Ui evq K i jvk Ke i bvgv bv n qwQj| gZ
Kv K Mv qi Rvgv Lvjv Aevq wL Mv q Kv jv vM wQ jv| c i Avgvi x gvgjv K i| mB
gvgjvq AvR K mvx w Z G mwQ| Avgvi x K gvbyl Kyeywx w q gvgjv KivB Q| Avm j Kv
Amy L gviv M Q| c i 10/02/09 Bs Zvwi L i cbv, wbkjv I iKmbv Avgv i gbPvcvov
KvqvU(c)v i hvq| GLb Kv wPPvg K gvRvLvjx Z wb q Kei qv n q Q| Avgvi Q j K KD nZv
K i _vK j Zv i wePvi PvB| Avwg Ck| ii Kv QI wePvi PvB|
JW8, Martoos Chishim said in his testimony that he knows both the parties to this
case. His deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as recorded in
course of the inquiry-
Avwg gvgjvi Dfqc KB wPwb| Avmvgx eAvwgb gs, Bw iv igv, wek|wRr
igv, myRb mvsgv, wbwLj ivKmvg I cv/vi Gb. K. iB| wbcjv wPPv gi Q j Kv wPPvg Kvm
dv i co Zv| Kv wPPvg K KD gv i bvB| m R i gviv M Q| 5 ZvwiL m gkvwi Uv1/2v Z wM q
gv_vq AvNvZ cvq| c ii wb Zvi Ri Av m| 6 Zvwi L Zvi evev Zv K evwo Z wbqv M j
mLv bB gviv hvq| ZLb Zvi gv gv V KvR Ki ZwQ jv| evwo Z G m m wPrKvi K i KvbvKvwU
K i| c i wcwYcvj eAvwgb mn Abvb wkKiv Av m Ges Kv wPPvg K wgk bi wmwKDwiwU i
ivbvN ii cv k Kei qv nq| Zvi Mv q h Rvgv-Kvco wQ jv ZvmnB Kei qv n q Q| Avgv i
Mv Ii jv Kiv gviv M j fv jv Rvgv Kvco cwo q mvv Kvco wqv Rwo q Kei qv nq| wK y
wPPvg K wm g Ui ev w q cuwP q Kei qv nq| Kv wPPvg h nv / j _vK Zv Zvi wWb wQ jv
wek|wRr igv| c i wbcjv gvgjv Ki j cywjk Z K i| Avgiv mv B| c i i bwQ Kv
wPPvg gv_vi AvNv ZB gviv M Q| mZB Kv wPPvg Lyb n j Avwg Kv wPPvg nZvi wePvi PvB|

JW9, Shemaa Chicham said in her testimony that she knows both the parties to
this case. Her deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as recorded
in course of the inquiry-
Avwg GB gvgjvi Dfq c K wPwb| Avmvgx 6 Rb- eAvwgb gs, Bw iv
igv, wek|wRr igv, myRb mvsgv, wbwLj ivKmvg I cv/vi iB | Kv wPPvg 6/2/09 Bs gviv hvq|
4/2/09 Bs Kv Lv Ui G 1/2 j evwi Lvq| 5/2/09 Bs m Amy n q c o| c i 6/2/09 Bs, Zv K
Amy Aevq nv / ji bvm(c) evwo Z cvwV q q| AvUvimb Zvi Q j K Amy Aevq evwo Z
wbqv Av m| c i evwo Z Kv gviv hvq| c i wbcjv Lei c q evwo Z G m KvbvKvwU K i| Avwg
wb RB Kv Oi gv_vq cvwb Xvwj| GKevi ZvwK qB m gviv hvq| Lei c q eAvwgb mvimn Abvb
wkKiv Av m| c i cv/vi Gb. K.iB K W K Zvi cwiwnZ Rvgv-Kvco cwo q Zv K Kei qv
nq| Kv Vi e* evwb q Zv K wm g Ui ev cuwP q gvwU qv n q Q| c i wbcjv wPPvg Zvi
AvZxq ^Rb i civg k(c) gvgjv K i| NUbvi 4 wb ci Zvi AvZxq ^Rb G mwQ jv| Kv wPPvg
Amy n q gviv M Q|


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JW10, Basu Shangma said in his testimony that he knows both the parties to this
case. His deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as recorded in
course of the inquiry-
Avwg gvgjvi Avmvgx i KI wPwb| Avmvgx eAvwgbmn 6 Rb|
Avmvgxiv Kv bv vl K i bvB| Kv wPPvg K gviai K i bvB| wbcjv wPPvg wg_v gvgjv K i Q|
Kv wPPvg K Zvi cwiwnZ yj W mB Kei qv n q Q| Kv wPPvg Amy n q gviv M Q|
JW11, Mintu Chamboo Gaung said in his testimony that he knows both the parties
to this case. His deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as recorded
in course of the inquiry-
Avwg gvgjvi Dfqc KB wPwb| Avmvgx 6 Rb| eAvwgb mvi
mn 6 Rb| Kv ZLb Kvm dv ii QvI| Avwg i gi gwbUi | 4/2/09 Bs gkvix Uvbv bvi mgq
Kv gv_vq AvNvZ c qwQ jv| c ii wb Zvi Ri nq Ges mB R iB Ae k l gZyi Kv j X j
c o| Zvi evev Zv K nv /j _ K wb q wM qwQ jv evwo Z| mLv bB Zvi gZy nq| Zvici Zv K
Avgv i ivbvN ii wcQ b Kei qv nq| Kv wPPvg K KnB nZv K iwb|
JW12, Wrangdee Rajesh said in his testimony that he knows both the parties to
this case. His deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as recorded in
course of the inquiry-
Avwg gvgjvi Dfqc KB wPwb| gvU Avmvgx KqRb Rvwbbv| Kv
Avgvi i g gU wQ jv| 4/2/09 Bs iv I gkvwi Uv1/2v Z wM q m gv_vq AvNvZ cvq| c ii wb m
Amy n q c o| c ii wb Zvi evev G m Zv K y ji QvocI c~iY K i wb q hvq| Zv K KD
nZv K iwb| ycy ii w K iwb m Zv i evmvqB gviv M Q| Kv K wmwKDwiwU MvW(c) i ivbvN ii
cQ b Kei qv nq| Kei w Z Avwg wLwb| Avgv i nv / j gvPjvBU Pywii Kv bv NUbv
N U bvB| Avgv i nv / j weyr I Rbv iUi Av Q| gvPjvB Ui Kv bv c qvRb bvB| Kv Oi
AKvj gZy Z Avwg ytL cKvk KiwQ|
JW13, Ranjan Kerkatta said in his testimony that he knows both the parties of this
case. His deposition is reproduced here in the original form of language as recorded in
course of the inquiry-
Avwg gvgjvi Dfqc KB wPwb| Kv wPPvg Avgvi i g gU wQ jv|
4/2/09 mv j ivI 10 Uvi w K gkvwi Uvbv Z wM q m gv_vq AvNvZ cvq| c ii wb Avgvi m 1/2
Kv m wM q A a(c)K Kvm K i nv / j P j Av m| c ii wb Zvi evev G m Zv K y ji QvocI
c~iY K i evwo wb q hvq| c i ycy i iwb m gviv M Q| c i Avgiv G wel q ytL eva Kwi| c i
Zv K wmwKDwiwU MvW(c) i ivbvN ii cv k Kei qv nq| Zv K KD gv i bvB| m Amy n q gviv
M Q| gvPjvBU Pywii NUbv N U bvB|

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E. Judicial evaluation of the depositions of witnesses produced in the
Judicial Inquiry (hereinafter termed as JWs) and the findings of the
Medico-legal Reports regarding cause of the deceased victim s death

The determining factors of this case as per depositions recorded from JW1 to JW13 were as follows:
1.Deposition of the complainant supporting the complaint

Though not an eye-witness to the occurrence the complainant described the fact of
the complaint in conformity with the complaint version.

2. In search of the reasons behind Klannto Chicham s death:

Mystery(as labeled by the police in investigation reports)
or
Murder(as alleged by the complainant in the complaint) ?

Prior to this Judicial Inquiry, this case was investigated twice by the local Police and CID.
Both of the previous police reports(more specifically final reports) made all the alleged
accused persons not connected with the occurrence and recommended for discharging
them from the criminal liabilities of this case. The police reports discovered that the death
of Klannto Chicham is covered with mystery. The findings of the police reports would be
believable if the story of Klannto Chicham s death followed by the fever resulting from the
wound received from the clash of deceased s head with the iron-angle of the bed while
trying to tie the mosquito-net 2 or the story of Klannto Chicham s death followed by the
serious fever and from the wound received from the clash of deceased s head with the land
while he was being carried by his father Atarsson Gandaye to their home which is situated
outside the MAS mission compound 3 could be established as believable by the Police
Reports and the depositions of JW9, JW11, JW12 and JW13. In the Judicial Inquiry we found
that the credibility of this two story is frustrated not only by each other but also by the
contradictory statements of some witnesses inter alia the victim s once roommate
Wrangdee Rajesh as JW12 and victim s father Atarsson Gandaye as JW7.
2.1. Instances of contradictory statements:
From the deposition of Atarsson Gandaye as JW7 we find that-

" .......Kv wPPvg K 6/2/09 Zvwi L ycyi 1Uvi w K wgkb _ K evwo Z Avbvi c _ Avwg
wRAvmv Kwi- Zvgv K K g i Q Avgv K e jv ? Zv K Amy L Avwg D ck Zv K
Kwi| m Avgv K ejwQ jv Zvi gv_vq ev_v|.... m Avgvi Kv jB gviv M Q| ....gZ Kv
K Mv qi Rvgv Lvjv Aevq wL Mv q Kv jv vM wQ jv|.... Avm j Kv Amy L gviv M Q| "



2 This story was articulated by the witnesses in course of the Judicial Inquiry.
3 This story was mentioned in the Police Investigation Report.

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Therefore, few questions arise from his self-contradictory depositions-
a. Which factor led the victim to death the head-injury(inflicted from the
collision of victim s head with bed side iron-angle as articulated by some JWs)
or the disease(i.e. fever)?
b. If his son, the deceased victim of this case died due to the disease(i.e. fever)
then from where the black marks became visible on his body?
c. If his son, the deceased victim of this case died due to the head-injury(inflicted
from the collision with bed side iron-angle as articulated by some JWs) then
from where the black marks became visible on his body?
d. Is there any indication in the medico-legal reports of this case that the head
injury or the fever can make those visible black marks on the body of the
victim?
To get the answers to these questions we need to study the contradiction and
disparity in the depositions of Wrangdee Rajesh given as JW12 at the Judicial
Inquiry from his statement recorded under S.164 CrPC mentioned hereunder.

2.2. Of the refraction of the deposition of Wrangdee Rajesh as JW12 at
Judicial Inquiry from his statement recorded under S.164 CrPC as a

tutored witness : Actual Truth Vs. Truth created

2.2.1.Extract from the statement recorded under S.164 CrPC from a tutored witness :

Wrangdee Rajesh, the once roommate of the victim voluntarily articulated in his
statement recorded under S. 164 CrPC on 16.08.09 AD that his teacher taught him
to tell that nobody killed Klannto Chicham. It is produced below in its original form
of language
...........Avgv i
Principal
Sir
Avgv K
mZ
K_v
ewj Z
ewjqv Qb| ............Avgvi Sir ewjqv wqv Q, Kv K Kn gv i bvB Zvnv ewj Z|
Kv wKfv e gviv wMqv Q Avwg Rvwb bv| ..........

Therefore, few points arise from his self-contradictory statement-

a. He has admitted that his Principal Sir(i.e. the accused person Benzamin Mrong)
advised him to say the truth while giving deposition about the occurrence
before the learned Senior Judicial Magistrate recording his statements under S.
164 CrPC. It is expected that naturally a teacher shall give lesson to his disciple
of telling the truth(unquestionably the actual truth ).
b. But surprisingly in the next portion of his statement he has uttered that his
Sir (the accused person Benzamin Mrong) taught him to say- ' Kv K Kn gv i
bvB Zvnv ewj Z ' like a tutored mimic.

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