BJP Worker Killed in Post-Poll Violence in West Bengal's Nadia District

A BJP worker, Hafijur Sheikh, was killed in West Bengal's Nadia district amidst post-poll violence. The BJP blames the ruling Trinamool Congress for the murder, while the TMC claims it was due to a family feud. The incident has led to local unrest and demands for immediate arrests.


PTI | Kolkata | Updated: 02-06-2024 15:00 IST | Created: 02-06-2024 15:00 IST
BJP Worker Killed in Post-Poll Violence in West Bengal's Nadia District
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A tragic incident unfolded in West Bengal's Nadia district as post-poll violence claimed the life of a BJP worker. Hafijur Sheikh was allegedly killed by a group of men in Kaliganj while playing carrom.

The BJP has accused the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) of orchestrating the attack, but the TMC denies any involvement, attributing the killing to a family feud.

The incident led to local protests, with residents blocking police efforts to lift the body. Family members of the deceased are demanding swift justice and the arrest of those responsible.

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