Kolkata: A medical board of Pavlov Institute constituted to treat morbid Partha Dey, the central figure in the infamous Robinson Street has declared him fit on Monday.
Partha was sent to Pavlov to assess his mental condition and for treatment of mental disorder after he was taken into custody for the skeleton case. Just days ago Partha had cremated his father Aurobindo Dey and sisiter Debjani Dey.
Partha was found living with skeletons of his deceased sister and two pet dogs in an upscale south Kolkata neighborhood. The discovery came following an incident in which his father, Arabinda De, set himself on fire. Arabinda’s charred body was recovered from inside the bathroom.
The mystery came to light when sleuths carried out a search on morning after the night’s fire in which the owner of the house had died of burns.
Prima-facie evidence suggested 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. There were also evidences which showed he used to feed the skeletons too.