Hemtabad MLA loss of life not political case as projected by BJP, Mamata writes to Prez Kovind


Kolkata, July 15

The loss of life of the BJP’s Hemtabad MLA Debendra Nath Roy is a “case of suspected suicide” and never a political one as projected by the social gathering, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee wrote to President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday.

Her letter got here a day after a BJP delegation known as on the President over the loss of life of its legislator, who was discovered hanging from the ceiling of a verandah close to his dwelling in Bindal village in North Dinajpur district on Monday.

“On receipt of post-mortem report and on primary investigation, West Bengal Police has reported that it is a case of suspected suicide and could be related to some local money transfer activities,” she mentioned within the letter.

“The note found in a pocket of the deceased also names two persons who are allegedly found to be related to such money transfer activities in the locality. Therefore, I am sorry to say that it does not appear to be a political case as being projected by BJP,” Banerjee added.

A delegation of the Trinamool Congress, led by parliamentary social gathering chief Derek O’Brien, known as on the President on Wednesday to apprise him of the information and particulars of the case. PTI



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