BJP organises ‘hulla bol’ march in Bengal seeking CBI probe into Manish Shukla murder case – kolkata
The BJP on Friday organised a march from Titagarh to Barrackpore in West Bengal’s North 24 Parganas district demanding that the probe into the killing of saffron celebration chief Manish Shukla be handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
Shukla, an in depth aide of Barrackpore MP Arjun Singh, was shot lifeless in Titagarh on October 4. The state Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is probing the case.
The contributors of the Singh-led ‘hulla bol’ march went by way of the arterial Barrackpore Trunk Road in the night.
Singh claimed a free and truthful probe into Shukla’s killing won’t be potential by an investigating company of the West Bengal Police because the allegations are in opposition to the ruling TMC and stated solely a central company can convey the “real culprits” to ebook.
Sabyasachi Dutta, a BJP chief from Bidhannagar space, was amongst those that participated in the ‘hulla bol’ march.
BJP members raised slogans in opposition to the ruling TMC authorities in the state and in help of CBI probe into the killing.
The Trinamool Congress had on October 13 organised a peace march in Titagarh, which was led by state cupboard minister Firhad Hakim and Lok Sabha MP Saugata Roy.