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Birbhum violence: On Saturday, a CBI group of round 30 officers visited the crime scene to gather the proof.

A CBI group was in Bengal’s Birbhum for the second day on Sunday to probe the most recent violence case in the state, which has reached parliament and the Supreme Court. Eight folks – six girls and two kids – had been burnt to loss of life in the horrific incident that has triggered a recent political row between the Trinamool Congress and the BJP. The Mamata Banerjee authorities has additionally been going through criticism from different opposition events, together with the Congress.

On Saturday, a CBI group of round 30 officers visited the crime scene to gather the proof. Led by deputy inspector common Akhilesh Singh, the group took the case diary from the Rampurhat police station after which visited the Bogtui village the place the violence occurred.

The central probe company took over the investigation after the Calcutta High Court on Friday sought “immediate steps” in the case and requested the West Bengal Police’s Special Investigative Team at hand over the probe. The CBI has been requested to submit a report by April 7.

According to information company ANI, the CBI has named 21 accused below Sections 147, 148, 149 and different sections in FIR on suspected offence of armed rioting. Visuals confirmed some of the officers in Birbhum on Sunday for the second day of the probe.

The violence broke out on Monday night after the homicide of Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief Bhadu Sheikh. Some eyewitnesses claimed, in line with stories, that firefighters took very lengthy to achieve the spot. Several individuals who had been injured are nonetheless recovering. Anarul Hossain, a Trinamool Congress chief, has been arrested because the chief conspirator in the case. Hossain is the TMC’s group block unit president at Rampurhat.

Mamata Banerjee on Thursday visited the violence-hit village and met these affected.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has additionally responded to the incident, in search of strict motion in opposition to these concerned. The Home Ministry additionally sought an in depth report from the state on the Birbhum violence.

BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari has been main protests in the state in opposition to the Trinamool Congress.

(With inputs from ANI) 



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