West Bengal: Bomb blast during BJP's protest in West Bengal, two workers injured

Pankaj Prasad
Bomb blast during BJPs protest in West Bengal
Bomb blast during BJPs protest in West Bengal

BJP District President Sukumar Roy said, TMC workers started pelting stones and later started hurling bombs.

Several country-made bomb blasts took place during the BJP's protest at Sitalkuchi in Cooch Behar, West Bengal. In which 2 BJP workers were injured. He was admitted to the district hospital. The situation is getting back to normal now.

BJP's protest against Mamta Banerjee government

In recent days, the BJP took out a protest march across the state, accusing Mamata Banerjee of corruption, in connection with the raids of ED and CBI in many places of Bengal. During this, many indigenous bomb blasts took place on him. In which two BJP workers were injured.

TMAC hand behind bomb blast: BJP

BJP district president Sukumar Roy said, "We held a huge protest rally (for the arrest of TMC leaders allegedly involved in various scams) in Coochbehar in Sitalkuchi area. At the same time TMC workers started pelting stones and later started hurling bombs. Two party workers were injured in this attack.


ED seizes cash worth Rs 17.32 crore in raids on operators of fake gaming app

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has seized cash worth Rs 17.32 crore in raids conducted against the promoters of a Kolkata-based fake mobile gaming app company as part of a money laundering probe. The main accused in this case is absconding.

Counting of cash done by using five machines

In a photograph released by the investigating agency, bundles of Rs 500 and Rs 2000 and Rs 200 and Rs 100 notes recovered are seen on a bed. Sources said the cash was recovered from a residence which has F7NA Khan as the address and is located in Garden Reach area of โ€‹โ€‹Kolkata. Main accused Aamir Khan is absconding. During the search several documents were recovered which were confiscated. Cash worth Rs 17.32 crore has been recovered from the premises. Agency officials installed at least five note counting machines and called bank personnel to ascertain the actual value of the cash. Later, the entire cash was kept in a truck which would be deposited in the bank.

TMC counterattack on BJP

Trinamool Congress leader and Kolkata Mayor Firhad Hakim said the raid had nothing to do with politics and the Trinamool Congress (TC) had nothing to do with the businessman concerned. He asked why the Enforcement Directorate's investigation in the money laundering case was confined to a non-BJP ruled state like West Bengal. If Rs 7 crore has been recovered, then the sources of these money must also be probed, he said. But what about Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi, who have cheated more than seven thousand crore rupees. Why didn't his disturbances come to light before he fled (from India)?