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For more information about adjusting the configuration settings, you can refer to the documentation of the jGoodies bundle.The Times of India reported on Wednesday that a court in West Bengal’s Kolkata has ordered a local journalist arrested for leaking documents to the Netlabels, a collective of journalists and activists, regarding the police probe of the murder of the police officer, Ashok Kumar Jain. This is a case of serious breach of trust of the kind we are increasingly seeing in India and a chilling example of the harassment many of us have to endure.
The Kolkata police raided the Netlabels’ editorial office on March 15, detaining journalists and searching through files and computers, claiming they had not been officially notified of the raid. The police have refused to say what documents they have seized, or even confirm they have seized any documents. The Netlabels claim they have seen the documents, but have yet to see the ones that were not leaked. The Netlabels have also seen the leaked documents and are sharing them with the public, so we know what is in them. The Netlabels have been refused permission to inspect any documents that have been seized, and the police have refused to share them with the Netlabels.
The idea behind the investigation is questionable, with the police stating that some documents were found inside the Netlabels’ editorial office, and that they were of “grave” importance to the probe. Yet the police have not taken this investigation very seriously, and made it a mere formality, going through the motions of formally registering a case, yet have not taken any steps to investigate the leaks.
This amounts to the police giving free rein to the state’s powerful forces, the mafia, to target journalists and activists they consider to be political opponents. The police have already denied that the murder of Jain was connected to the Netlabels, but there is strong evidence that it was. Jain was arrested the day before the Netlabels were raided, and immediately after Jain’s body was found by a fisherman.
The journalist and activist, Aniket Jain, has been attacked by men dressed in police uniforms, beaten, and nearly killed. Jain has also been accused of being the leaker of the documents that sparked the Netlabels investigation. Since Jain was seriously injured in the attack, it is clear that this was done by people connected to the police. In fact, it was reported that Jain tried to file a complaint against the police, but was found unconscious on the ground by his own relatives, who stopped him. The attack on Jain and the police cover-up is far too serious to just ignore.
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