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After three decades, he was acquitted of the charge of stealing cows

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In the full verdict, the court said that there has been gross negligence, irregularity and injustice in the submission, acceptance and investigation of the statement in this case. On the other hand, the trial and appellate courts have traditionally ruled. Both the Courts committed gross negligence and irregularities in reviewing and analyzing the evidence and documents, which is unjudicial. The High Court directed the Registrar General to send the judgment to all the judges of the subordinate courts through e-mail for information and review. At the same time, it has been directed to send the statement to all the police stations and to the investigating officers.

According to the documents of the case, Manik Chandra Roy, son of Baikunth Roy of Dhobadanga village of Nilphamari Sadar police station, complained to the police station that on the night of February 24, 1993, five cows of their family were stolen. The price of these cows is about 11 thousand 700 taka. The first class magistrate court of Nilphamari gave a verdict in the case filed on June 23, 1996. One of the three accused in the case, Tofajjal of Kadora Chakpara, Joypurhat, was sentenced to 2 years rigorous imprisonment and 1 month imprisonment in default of payment of Tk 200 fine. Tofazzal, who was on bail, was absconding.

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