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Trinamool leader shot dead, party alleges BJP involvement

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Kolkata, April 17 : A Trinamool Congress leader was allegedly shot dead by a group of assailants inside the party office in West Bengal’s Nadia district, police said on Monday.

Dulal Biswas, a panchayat leader of Nadia district’s Bagula, was fatally shot multiple times inside the party office on Sunday evening. “Biswas suffered multiple bullet injuries in in the abdomen. He was rushed to the Krishnanagar Hospital, where he was declared dead,” said a senior district police official.

Biswas’ son, who was present outside the party office during the incident, claimed to have recognised a few miscreants to be active members of local Bharatiya Janata Party and Left Front units.

“I was standing in front of the party office when 10-12 men came on bike and instantly started firing at my father. I recognised a few of them. They are active members of CPI-M and BJP units,” he said.

The state Trinamool leadership accused the BJP of active involvement in the murder and said no one involved in the incident would be spared by the administration.

“This is an attempt to politically weaken the Trinamool Congress in the area. We are all beside the bereaved family and the party activists here. The administration would strictly handle the issue,” said party Secretary General Partha Chatterjee.

“This is a cowardly act. We have got the news that some of the miscreants have active connection with the Bharatiya Janata Party. The BJP is doing the politics of terror under the leadership of Dilip Ghosh. No one will be spared in this incident,” Trinamool Congress MP Abhishek Banerjee claimed.

Refuting the allegation, BJP state president Dilip Ghosh alleged the Trinamool Congress was trying to cover up its shortcomings and internal feud by putting the blame on BJP and claimed that the people of the state won’t believe in these false allegations.

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Uttar Pradesh: Girls gets weapon training as a part of self defense

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Aligarh, June 18: Girls from different parts of the country are participating in weapon training as a part of self-defense in Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh.

The training in camp includes weapons, physical, mental and intellectual training, news agency ANI reported.

The 18-day-long camp is organised by Rashtra Sevika Samiti at Saraswati Vidya Mandir Sr. Sec. School.

Earlier, it was reported that Bajrang Dal the youth wing of Vishwa Hindu Parishad is providing arms training to its cadre in Madhya Pradesh’s Rajgarh district in a bid to fight against alleged ‘anti-nationals and love jihadist’.

The camp was organised from May 3 to May 11, where the selected members from 32 districts were given the training to use rifles, swords, and lathis to ‘tackle anti-national, love jihad elements.’

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7 killed as SUV rams into truck in Punjab

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Chandigarh, June 18: At least seven people were killed on Monday when the sports utility vehicle (SUV) they were travelling in rammed into a truck near Punjab’s Amritsar city, news agency IANS quoted police official as saying.

The victims included one child and three women; the report said.

Eight passengers in the SUV were returning to Delhi after a pilgrimage trip from Himachal Pradesh and the Golden Temple in Amritsar.

The accident took place near Khalchian village on the National Highway connecting Amritsar and Delhi.

The police added that a three-year-old child survived but was hospitalised in Amritsar with serious injuries.

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Delhi: Firing in Burari, 3 Killed

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New Delhi, June 18: Three people, including a woman, were killed and five others were injured in a shootout in gang war here on Monday, police said.

A police official said the incident took place in north Delhi’s Burari area as a result of a showdown between two groups led by Gogi and Tillu.

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