Violence again in Bengal? A person was found dead in Bhagbanpur, BJP accuses TMC of murder


The body of a 35-year-old man has been found in East Medinipur district of West Bengal. The police gave this information on Monday. Police said the body of Bhaskar Bera was found on Sunday morning on the side of the road in Bhagbanpur area of ​​the district. Bera was last seen in the procession for the immersion of the Jagadhatri statue in the area on Saturday night. A police official said that the investigation is on and all aspects are being looked into.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) claimed Bera to be his worker and accused Trinamool Congress supporters of lynching him. However, the ruling party has denied these allegations.


BJP state vice-president Dilip Ghosh alleged that Bera was thrashed to death by Trinamool supporters. “Trinamool Congress is still unable to accept BJP’s victory in Bhagbanpur assembly seat. She wants to ensure that the BJP stops all its political activities in the area.”

Trinamool spokesperson Kunal Ghosh claimed that the party had nothing to do with Bera’s death. “We want a full investigation into the matter,” he said. A district-level Trinamool leader claimed that Bera had consumed alcohol while taking part in the procession and it may have been due to the problems caused by excessive drinking. Cause he died.


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