TMC Councilor Murder Case: Calcutta HC seeks Bengal govt’s response in plea seeking CBI probe

Calcutta High Court on Monday sought the state government’s response to a new Public Interest Litigation (PIL) petition seeking an inquiry by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the murder of TMC Panihati councilor Anupam Dutta.

According to reports, the Trinamool Congress Panihati Councillor was shot dead on March 12 when he’d gone to take stock of work on a park in his area. The sequence of events was caught on a CCTV camera, where showed Dutta riding pillion on a two-wheeler when he was shot at point-blank range.

Mamata Banerjee calls exigency meeting after Calcutta HC orders 7 CBI examinations in twenty days According to original reports, Anupam Dutta was rushed to an original sanitarium in Belghoria, but he was declared’ brought dead’.

In a separate incident, Tapan Kandu, a Congress leader from the Jhalda municipality, was shot dead on the veritably same day. Now the CBI is probing the Tapan Kandu murder case.

Also, Read –

Meanwhile, the opposition refocused fritters on the deteriorating law and order situation in Bengal. The Central Investigative agency has lately been handed over a series of cases by the court amid the growing outrage in West Bengal over the adding frequentness of crime. This was the first PIL filed in court pertaining to this case which sought a CBI inquiry.

TMC panchayat leader killed in a bomb attack in West Bengal’s Birbhum.

Also Read –

We hope that this article helped you in some way or another! For more such information, follow us on InstagramFacebookTwitter, and Youtube, or simply subscribe to our newsletter.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here