Pune: 16 June :- So far, 177 affidavits have been filed by various individuals and organizations to the Koregaon Bhima Inquiry Commission appointed to inquire into the riots that took place on January 1, 2018 at Koregaon Bhima. The Commission has extended the deadline for filing affidavits and can now submit affidavits to people and organizations by the Commission on July 16.
Government has set up an inquiry commission to inquire into the riots at Koregaon Bhima. An inquiry committee of former Kolkata High Court judge JN Patel and the Chief Secretary of the state has been appointed in the month of February. This committee has to be investigated and reported within four months
The inquiry commission had on May 12 appealed to the individuals, persons related to such incidents and other incident related to the incident before and after this, had asked the persons affected by the incident and their organization as part of the affidavit in the form of the affidavit. There was a term up to June 10. In this period, 16 affidavits were filed in the Pune office and 8 affidavits were submitted to the Mumbai office.
Since no affidavit was submitted in time, many people demanded to increase the term. In view of this demand, the Commission has extended the date of submission of the statement till 16th July, 2018. KOEGAGARA BHIMA SECRETARY COMMISSIONER SECRETARY, VYP Palinitkar has declared that those who still want to submit their statements can submit it within a month’s time.
Former chief justice of Kolkata High Court J. N. Patel has requested the state government to constitute a two-member committee under the Chairmanship of the Commission of Inquiry Act. This committee has been given four months time of inquiry. To find out the sequence of incidents and the circumstances that took place on January 1, 2018 in Koregaon Bhima, to find out whether the group or organization of the person or persons directly or indirectly was causing the incident, to deal with the situation, the district administration and the police machinery should take action against the law- Made to maintain order Etc. What will the committee investigate the area of planning and preparation had the right to take action against the police as well as to handle this situation is to take stock of what had had enough.