Kunduli Suicide: CFSL Confirms No Anomaly In SFSL Report, Says Crime Branch

Cuttack: The Odisha Crime Branch police on Monday made it clear that there is no discrepancy between the intermediate inter-divisional draft report and final report of the Odisha State Forensic Science Laboratory (SFSL) in connection to the alleged gang rape of a minor girl at Kunduli in Koraput district on October 10 last year who committed suicide on January 22this year.


“As per the report by the Director, Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL), Kolkata, the stains on the dress of the victim yielded “identical autosomal genetic profiles of female origin from one and the same female individual. Only human blood of female origin was found on the dress and no stain of semen or saliva was detected during the re-examination at CFSL,” Radha Binod Panigrahi, SP, CID (Crime Branch), told media persons here.

He further said the CFSL report has confirmed the integrity and genuineness of the final report submitted by SFSL to the court earlier.

It may be recalled that after the alleged gang rape, the victim was examined by the doctor at the Community Health Centre (CHC) at Kunduli. As per the report, the victim had no internal and external vulva and anal injuries.

The victim was re-examined by a team of doctors of the MKCG Medical College and Hospital, Berhampur at the District Headquarters Hospital in Koraput.

The report had stated that there were no symptoms of sexual intercourse as the hymen in the private parts of the victim was intact with no tears.

Later, the dress worn by the minor girl at the time of reported incident was sent for chemical examination to SFSL in Bhubaneswar by the investigating officer through the court.

The report of Dircector of SFSL submitted to the court on October 23 had stated that the stains on the dress were of human and female origin which belonged to the victim herself.

After it was alleged in a section of media that there were discrepancies in the SFSL report as the inter-divisional report prepared by Biology and Serology Division of SFSL showed presence of semen stains in the dress, Director General of Police (DGP) RP Shrama had directed the SFSL to send the clothes to CFSL for re-examination.

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