2 killed in conflict over CAA in Bengal, Trinamool held CPI (M) and Congress accountable

by Jeremy Spirogis
Arvind Kejriwal condemned mob attack on Nankana Sahib Gurdwara

Kolkata.

Two individuals had been killed and one was injured in a conflict in West Bengal's Murshidabad district on Wednesday over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Police stated that an individual injured within the incident has been admitted to the hospital.

However, unofficial sources say the variety of injured is three. The violence got here after a debate between two teams over the CAA in Jalangi. Jalangi is 200 km away from Kolkata. Deaths and injured have been shot. Sources stated that the street was blocked in Sahebnagar space from 9.30 am to protest in opposition to the CAA and the National Civil Register.

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                 During the skirmish a number of rounds of bullets had been fired and a number of other autos had been vandalized and set on fireplace. The native resident discussion board organized a street jam. He accused the Trinamool Congress and its chief Tahiruddin Sheikh of attacking her. But the Trinamool denied the cost and blamed the CPI (M) and the Congress for the violence.

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