West Bengal: Tension has increased after the suspicious death of a BJP leader in Bankura, West Bengal. In fact, the body of the BJP leader was found hanging from a tree. Both his hands were also reportedly tied. After the incident the villagers created a ruckus. As soon as the information was received, people surrounded the police vehicles that reached the spot and vandalized the vehicles. Not only this, after the murder of the BJP leader, BJP workers protested against the TMC government and the local administration.
The family made serious allegations
Actually, this incident took place in Nidhi Rampur village of Gangajalghati police station of Bankura. The deceased was identified as BJP leader Shubhodeep Mishra alias Deepu (26). He was also the BJP candidate in this year’s Gram Panchayat elections. According to media reports, local people saw the body of Shubhodeep Mishra alias Deepu hanging on a tree in the primary school premises near his house this morning. His family alleges that the BJP leader was murdered and hanged on a tree. Local people demonstrated in front of the police demanding the arrest of the culprits. Local BJP leaders have termed it as a political conspiracy behind it. Also, Leader of Opposition and BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari accused TMC.
Suvendu Adhikari targeted TMC
Suvendu Adhikari wrote on social media platform X that TMC goons have murdered BJP leader Shubhodeep Mishra and tied his hands and hanged his body from a tree. The official said that Shubhodeep was murdered because TMC thieves and goons were not able to digest his increasing popularity.
TMC has hit back at the protests by BJP workers and the allegations of Suvendu Adhikari. TMC leader and West Bengal minister Shashi Panja said that the family members are saying that this death happened due to some personal angle. He said that as soon as the dead body is found, BJP leaders jump on the road. This is vulture politics. BJP always makes false allegations. The police is investigating the matter
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