Police had sent various articles to the laboratory, including the blood-stained shirt that Aabesh was wearing the night of his death and pieces of bottles which were collected from the basement of the apartment.
The scientists from CFSL went to the spot Wednesday afternoon and spoke to some of the eyewitnesses. They also took photographs of the spots where Aabesh’s bloodstains were found on the floor of the apartment’s car park.
It is learnt that the police are yet to get answers to some questions in connection with the death of the teenager. It is because of this that the police are keenly waiting for the report of the central forensic agency.
Some investigating officers of the Kolkata Police too went to the spot and undertook the task for reconstruction of the incident.
The family members of the victim went to meet senior police officers at Lalbazar on Wednesday. Sources said that the police again wanted to know some more facts about Aabesh that they could not get from the three childhood friends of the victim.
Aabesh’s family members on Wednesday once again ensured police of all necessary cooperation for a ‘proper and better probe’. Hridesh Thakkar, the victim’s maternal uncle, said that the police have “assured us once again today that they were doing their best to find out the exact reason that led to the death of Aabesh. We have all faith on the police and will continue cooperating with them.
It may be recalled that Aabesh’s mother Rimjhim Dasgupta met the senior police officers six days ago to let them know about her belief that Aabesh was murdered and his death was not a mere accident.