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Bengal dying: Cops name it mishap, BJP says our man, do ‘fair probe’

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A 28-year-old man died in West Bengal’s Purba Medinipur district on Thursday in what the police suspect is a case of highway accident, even because the district BJP chief requested how the police can name it an accident and not using a correct investigation and demanded a good probe.
The sufferer, Debashis Bhattacharya, was on method from Netajinagar in Matangini block to his dwelling in Tamluk, by way of Kolaghat, on his motorbike. He was discovered injured on the nationwide freeway; his bike was broken, the police mentioned Thursday.
Incidentally, Bhattacharya had been booked six years in the past for allegedly slapping Abhishek Banerjee, now TMC common secretary, on the platform of a public assembly in Chandipur, Purba Medinipur.
Superintendent of Police, Purba Medinipur, Amarnath Ok advised The Indian Express, “Prima Facie, he died in a road accident. He was taken to hospital by trauma care vehicle of national highway. His bike is kept in Kolaghat police station in damaged condition. It seems the bike skidded on road.”

Police mentioned they haven’t acquired any grievance however acquired a petition that the postmortem must be finished through the day and must be videographed within the presence of a Justice of the Peace.

BJP district president (Tamluk), Nabarun Nayak, mentioned: “He died at 4 pm (Thursday) while he was taken to hospital in morning. The police did not inform his family until he died. He was a BJP supporter. Without investigation, how can police be so sure that it was an accident?”
An area TMC chief mentioned: “Only police can say what happened…BJP just needs an opportunity to accuse TMC.”