Sources said a team of lawyers and other representatives of the actor reached the probe agency’s office and handed over a DD to the investigating officer of the case.
Although Partha, according to the doctors, appeared to be “very normal”, police officials who have been wanting to interrogate him were once again denied the permission.
Experts said that other than a DNA test, a calcium and carbon dating test would also be done on the skeletons.
“The forensic department is yet to send its final report, but going by the initial probe it is a case of suicide by burning and not homicide,” said Special Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime) Pallab Kanti Ghosh.
Despite repeated attempts, Roy could not be reached for comments. S K Iyer, chief executive of ISI, when contacted, said: “I have no comments to offer about the current situation.”
The police stumbled on the skeletons on Wednesday night while investigating the death of Arabinda De, the owner of the house whose charred body was found from inside a bathroom hours earlier.
The tale of lost and found began when the young couple had a fight one day in April.
The 52-year-old writer has been living in exile since 1994 in the wake of death threats by Muslim fundamentalist outfits.
The SDM had gone to the village on receiving a complaint of the encroachment.
In the morning, there were celebrations at Paromita’s house as she secured 401 marks in the Higher Secondary examinations, the results of which were declared on Friday.
A couple of days ago, senior leader Sachin Pilot too had visited the state and spoken state party leaders on its strategy for the Assembly elections.
While the ED is at present investigating all illegal mining cases in Odisha, this is the first such seizure made in the case.
According to the complaint, the girl fell unconscious after having the food following which the youth allegedly sexually assaulted her.
Blaze broke out in Kolkata new market on Monday.
Fire brigade officials said there was no report of any casualty in the blaze though it caused panic in the busy area.