6 Trinamool workers killed several injured

first_imgKolkata: Six Trinamool Congress workers were killed and several were left injured when attacked by supporters of the Opposition political parties on the day of the Panchayat polls on Monday. It may be mentioned that 14 Trinamool Congress workers were killed during pre-poll clashes and on the day of the election, supporters and workers of the party were attacked at different parts of the state.Partha Chatterjee, Secretary General of Trinamool Congress, said workers and supporters of the party all across the state have shown tremendous endurance despite facing gruesome aggression. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flights”Most of the people killed on Monday were workers of the Trinamool Congress. Six TMC workers were killed,” he said.It was a few hours after the poll had started that a Trinamool Congress worker raised his voice finding attempts of rigging at a polling booth at Meriganj near Kultali in South 24-Parganas. The allegation was made against the CPI(M) that they have killed the Trinamool Congress worker, identified as Arif Ali Gazi. He was shot dead from a point-blank range. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedThe incident led to tension in the area. Police went to the spot and brought the situation under control. Locals protested against the incident and demanded immediate arrest of the accused.Another worker of the party — Sanjit Pramanik was killed at Shantipur in Nadia. Sanjit was an MA student and was beaten up mercilessly along with two of his friends. Before he could have understood anything, several people began beating them up. They continued thrashing him up till he fell on the ground. Even bombs were hurled at him. Police went to the spot and took them to Shantipur State General Hospital where Sanjit succumbed to his injuries. The miscreants hurled bombs to flee the area realising that they would get caught as police were approaching the spot.Bhola Tapadar, a TMC worker, was shot dead at Nakashipara in Nadia. He was taken on to the terrace of a house when he was returning after giving his vote and he was shot dead from a point blank range. The victim’s family members alleged that CPI(M) workers were behind the murder of Bhola.In another incident, Krishnapada Sarkar was killed at Tehatta in Nadia during a clash that broke out near a polling station in the area. Police picket has been posted in the area to ensure that law and order situation doesn’t deteriorate in the area.Moreover, several Trinamool Congress workers suffered injuries as well.last_img


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