Howrah cop with brain haemorrhage still critical; TMC, CPM deny links with accused

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  • | Saturday | 13th January, 2018

It was their personal matter.”The local CPM unit denied any ties with Matiar, with area committee member Mahendra Roy saying, “None of his family member were local committee members of CPM. “Shyampur police received a written complaint from Hanif Munshi, nephew of Matiar Munshi and associate of Alauddin Munshi, alleging his house was damaged and his relatives beaten up. The main accused is a known CPM supporter, while Hanif Munshi is a labourer. Contacted, Commissioner of Police (Howrah) D P Singh said, “We have so far arrested 12 persons, while two accused are still absconding. CPM has no connection with this incident.”For all the latest Kolkata News, download Indian Express App

Police officers at the clash spot.

(Archive) Police officers at the clash spot.

(Archive) A week after a mob attacked his team with rods and bamboo sticks during a midnight raid in connection with a land dispute in Bargarchomukh village, Sumon Das (40), officer-in-charge of Shyampur police station in Howrah, continues to be in critical condition. Das, who sustained a head injury in the incident, was shifted from Belle Vue Clinic to the Institute of Neuroscience on Tuesday, where he is still unconscious due to a brain haemorrhage.

“He has a deep injury on the right side of his brain.

He is definitely critical, but we are hopeful.

A four-member medical board has been formed,” a doctor told The Indian Express. The incident took place on Saturday in Shyampur, under Uluberia constituency, where a Lok Sabha bypoll is to be held on January 29.

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