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Calcutta HC directs govt to file affidavit on KK’s dying

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Calcutta HC directs govt to file affidavit on KK’s death

The Calcutta High Court on Monday directed the West Bengal authorities to file an affidavit on the dying of Bollywood playback singer Krishnakumar Kunnath, popularly often known as KK, who died after his efficiency at Kolkata’s Nazrul Mancha auditorium on May 31.

A division bench of Chief Justice Prakash Srivastava and Justice Rajarshi Bharadwaj ordered the federal government to file the affidavit inside three weeks and requested the administration to be conscious in order that such tragic incidents don’t happen in future.

The directive got here whereas listening to three public curiosity litigations (PILs) by three attorneys on the singer’s dying. One of the petitioners additionally demanded a CBI probe into the matter. The petitioners had claimed that there was “utter mismanagement” at Nazrul Manch throughout KK’s reside efficiency on May 31. It was additionally alleged that the air-conditioning system didn’t work correctly as a result of overcrowding which led to suffocation within the auditorium. A variety of clips have been produced to say that KK was feeling uneasy through the efficiency, and that he took a 10-minute break to take relaxation in the midst of the present.

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