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West Bengal Police sent summons to NIA officer in Bhupatinagar attack case

West Bengal Police on Tuesday issued summons to the Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) officer who was injured in the alleged attack on his group throughout a raid by the central probe company in Purba Medinipur district final week. An officer gave this data. 

Police have requested the officer to seem earlier than the investigating officers at Bhupatinagar police station on April 11. He mentioned that the investigating officer of Bhupatinagar police station has requested the NIA to additionally carry alongside the automobile broken throughout the alleged attack on Saturday. He mentioned that he needs to get the automobile forensically examined.

The police officer has additionally referred to as three villagers of Bhupatinagar for questioning in reference to the attack on NIA officers. Throughout that point, the officers of the investigating company had gone to Bhupatinagar in East Medinipur district to arrest two predominant conspirators in reference to the blast that passed off in the yr 2022, however folks allegedly attacked the group. Three folks had been killed in this explosion.

He advised PTI that the NIA officer has been requested to seem on the police station on April 11. We have now additionally requested to carry the automobile which was broken in this alleged attack. We wish to get that automobile forensically examined.'' The officer mentioned that the villagers have been requested to seem in two to three days.

The NIA group had gone to Bhupatinagar in East Medinipur district on Saturday to arrest two predominant suspects in the 2022 blast case, however the mob allegedly attacked the group of the investigating company. On the identical time, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee accused the villagers of being attacked by the investigators, which sparked a political controversy.

An NIA officer was injured in this attack and a automobile was additionally broken. The ED group was attacked in West Bengal three months in the past. That they had gone to raid the residence of TMC chief Shahjahan Sheikh on January 5 in reference to the alleged ration rip-off, however villagers and locals attacked the group of Enforcement Directorate (ED) officers. Shahjahan Sheikh is now in police custody.


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