Kolkata skeletons case: Partha’s diary reveals Shocking relationships within the family

Kolkata skeletons case: Another twist in the tale of the Robinson Street skeleton recovery case. The case is taking new turns as police are trying to dig deeper into the evidence.

Kolkata skeletons case: Partha's diary reveals sexual relationships within the family
Partha De and his Sister Debjani De

According to the reports, Police on Friday recovered several diaries and other documentary evidences written by Partha De. Partha De is the only surviving member of the family. Inside sources tell us that the officers recovered at least 10-12 diaries and various other write-ups of Partha from the residence.

The source also added, “Partha’s diary revealed suppressed coital relationships within the family and hinted at abnormal physical orientations.”

We have already told you that Police found out the dead body of Partha’s sister along with her two pets, and going by the state of decomposition officials reportedly came to a conclusion that Partha’s has been ‘living together’ with the dead body of his sister, Debjani De for the past six months.

Partha is currently being treated in city-based mental hospital. According to hospital sources, he under medical observation of a five-member team of psychiatric experts. Experts said he was suffering from schizophrenia and acute delusion due to which he created a different world in which he used to ‘connect’ with his dead sister.

Sources inform us that all the three skeletons found at the residence will be sent for postmortem and other necessary forensic tests.

Going into the details, Partha was found living with skeletons of his deceased sister and two pet dogs in an upscale south Kolkata neighborhood on Thursday.

Kolkata skeletons case: Partha's diary reveals sexual relationships within the family
Kolkata skeletons case: Partha’s diary reveals sexual relationships within the family

The incident came to light when Partha’s father, Arabinda De, set himself on fire on Wednesday night. Arabinda’s charred body was later recovered from inside the bathroom. The skeletons were found by the police while they were conducting a thorough search throughout the house after Arabinda’s Suicide.

Inside sources tell us that all the evidence points to the fact that Partha was mentally sick and could not face reality and had failed to come to terms with the death of his sister Debjani De, who was an English teacher in a city-based private school.

He had thus refused to cremate his sister or dispose of the corpses of two dead pets. The evidence suggest that he even tried to spoon feed the dead corpses.