Political tussle at peak in Bengal, after BJP activist now TMC worker found dead

Sep 15 2020 11:54 AM
Political tussle at peak in Bengal, after BJP activist now TMC worker found dead

Kolkata: The body of a Trinamool Congress (TMC) worker recovered in Malda district of West Bengal. The TMC worker found dead in Malda district has been identified as Subodh Pramanik. It is said that Subodh was a wood trader. Subodh was a resident of Habbpur village. The body of Subodh Pramanik, which is being described as a TMC worker, has been recovered from a farm near his village.

The police said that he had gone to the field on Sunday evening. On Monday, police have confirmed his dead body was found. The police is also looking into the case with the angle of murder and further investigation is continuing in the matter. Local TMC leaders have accused BJP. However, the BJP leaders have refuted Trinamool charges. The BJP has said that the death of Subodh Pramanik is the result of the party's internal conspiracy.

The body of Ganesh Roy, a BJP activist, was found in Khamti village of Hooghly 2 days ago.  The body of Ganesh Roy was found hanging from the tree. After which the Bengal BJP unit president Dilip Ghosh alleged that Ganesh Roy was murdered by TMC. Ghosh alleged that his body was hanged from the tree after Ganesh Roy was killed.

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