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Waiting for fast track trial

Waiting for fast track trial Six months have passed since Sarita Toshniwal was killed. But the family members of the PG student of the Assam Medical College have not justice. The prime accused is out on bail. This has forced the victim’s family members demand a fast track trial. According to her family members, lapse in forensic report and CID investigation won’t give them justice. That’s why, they have no other option but to seek a fast track trial. Sarita, the PG student from Sivasagar was killed allegedly by Kiru Mech, the wardboy at the instance of her senior Dipmoni Saikia inside her rest room on May 9. The entire revelations surfaced after police arrested Kiru Mech who spilled the beans to be followed by the arrest of Dpmoni Saikia on May 15. But Saikia procured bail from the Gauhati High Court on August 11 after the CID failed to submit its charge-sheet within the stipulated 90-day period.

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