Cuttack: The state government today filed the affidavit in the Odisha High Court in the Puri custody death case. “It simply came to our notice then. An autopsy report has also been submitted. A bench comprising Chief Justice of the Odisha High Court, Dr Justice S. Muralidhar and Justice Sanju Panda, directed the case to be heard and a status report to be submitted. The next hearing in the case is set to begin on January 22. Singh filed a truth petition in the High Court. He pointed out that some people have complained to the State Human Rights Commission and the National Human Rights Commission about the incident. The NHHRC has filed a case and directed Dr Binod Agrawal, a former IAS Special Rapporteur, to submit an investigation report within four weeks. Dr. Agrawal will visit the scene and investigate and submit a report. Similarly, the SPP had appealed to the Puri District and Dourajaj on the issue of a judicial inquiry into the incident as per the NHHRC regulations. District Judge Puri directed the JMFC to investigate and submit the report. In addition, according to the NHH4RC regulations, the H4RPC 4DSP has been given the responsibility of investigating the incident. Three independent and impartial investigations into the incident are currently underway. An internal compensation of Rs 5 lakh has been sanctioned from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund in view of the plight of the families of the victims. The deceased’s parents are not in police custody. The truth text states that there are no allegations of abuse or intimidation against them.