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birbhum: 10 burnt alive in violence following killing of Trinamool chief

birbhum: 10 burnt alive in violence following killing of Trinamool chief

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In a grotesque violence in Birbhum district’s Rampurhat, not less than 10 charred our bodies, together with two youngsters and ladies, have been recovered from Rampurhat’s Bagtui village on Tuesday after hearth was set in ten homes following demise of Trinamool deputy panchayat chief Bhadu Sheikh in a bomb blast final night time. A number of individuals have been arrested in reference to the incident, Birbhum police Superintendent stated immediately.

West Bengal Police chief Manoj Malviya stated the whole variety of demise within the Rampurhat incident is eight. “Now we have discovered seven our bodies inside the home. Three have been injured and hospitalized. Out of them, one has died immediately. The scenario is tense and we’ll see if it was a retaliation of teh individuals and hearth was set within the homes because the Deputy Panchayat head had died,” Malviya advised mediaperson.

A 3-member SIT shaped by the Bengal authorities led by ADG CID Gyanwant Singh and the SIT group embrace Meeraj Khalid and Sanjay Singh.

Rigidity prevails within the village whereas the CID and State Police are heading in direction of Rampurhat, native sources advised ET. Trinamool Minister Firhad Hakim heading in direction of the spot.

“Investigation will begin by the SIT group led by CID. I’ll attain the spot and get a transparent image in regards to the incident,” Hakim advised mediapersons.

A high-level assembly is on at state secretariat Nabanna, led by Chief Secretary H Okay Dwivedi and House Secretary Gopalika on the problem of grotesque violence in Rampurhat Block 1 in Birbhum District. “The officer in-Cost and SDPO have been closed, ” Nabanna sources stated.

The state authorities has directed to expedite the investigation, sources stated.

Demanding resignation of the Chief Minister, BJP MLAs have walked out of the meeting.

“Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee should resign. We won’t tolerate the demise of the harmless individuals within the state,” Manoj Tigga, chief whip of state meeting, stated.

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