Baharampur: Two folks have been killed and one other was injured in a conflict between two teams throughout an illustration towards the Revised Citizenship Act (CAA) and the proposed National Civil Register (NRC) in Murshidabad district of West Bengal. Giving this data, the police stated that in an illustration program towards CAA, a debate began between two teams in Jalangi which became a conflict.
The police officer stated that the particular person injured within the violence has been taken to Murshidabad Medical College and Hospital. According to the police, the conflict happened between the native management of the Trinamool get together and the civic discussion board of native residents, which known as for a shutdown towards the CAA and the proposed NRC. <! –
The debate happened relating to the style of the demonstration. The residents have been requested to withdraw from the platform, after which the state of affairs turned violent and each side threw bombs in direction of one another. Several two-wheelers and automobiles have been additionally vandalized and set on fireplace throughout the conflict.
Trinamool native MP Abu Tahir has denied the get together's involvement within the conflict and alleged that the perpetrators have been members of Congress and CPI (M). Tahir stated, 'I requested the police to take motion. The culprits needs to be arrested instantly.
Senior Congress chief and MLA Manoj Chakraborty denied the get together's involvement within the violence and demanded a judicial inquiry to deliver out the reality.
Congress MP from Murshidabad, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary, stated the locals of Sahebnagar have been protesting peacefully towards the Citizenship Amendment Act. Suddenly, TMC goons attacked him with a bomb. 1 particular person died within the incident. At least four folks have been injured and have been admitted to the hospital.
Let me inform you that in Murshidabad, violence happened throughout the protest towards CAA in December final yr. West Bengal is the fourth state after Left-ruled Kerala and Congress-ruled Punjab and Rajasthan, whose Legislative Assembly has handed a decision towards the CAA. The state meeting additionally handed a decision towards NRC on 6 September 2019. (Input: ANI)