Kolkata: Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar is going to Sitalkuchi. He tweeted himself. On the 13th he is going to Shitalkuchi. He tweeted that he would visit the areas that were heated on the day of the fourth election. He will visit the area in a BSF helicopter.
It may be mentioned that a notice has been sent to SDPO this time. The CID summoned him to Bhabanibhaban on Wednesday. He has been summoned for questioning. Meanwhile, former police superintendent Debashis Dharke has also been summoned. Notice has already been sent to him. The IC of Mathabhanga police station was questioned on Monday. He was interrogated for 7 hours in a marathon.
Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar will be leaving Kolkata by BSF Helicopter on May 13 to visit post poll unprecedented violence affected areas @MamataOfficial #Sitalkuchi and other places in Coochbehar to connect with sufferers.
— Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) May 11, 2021
West Bengal Governor will reach Coochbehar by BSF Helicopter at 11 am on May 13 to visit post poll violence affected areas @MamataOfficial
Governor will visit places at
Governor will meet people & media at CB Circuit House.
— Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) May 12, 2021
The CID also summoned the sub-inspector of Mathabhanga police station along with two officers and six jawans of the central force in the Shitalkuchi case. The sub-inspector was in charge of the mobile van. Investigators claim he was present at the scene of the shooting.
After taking oath as the Chief Minister for the third time, Mamata Banerjee directed the formation of a special team to investigate the Shitalkuchi incident. The SIT summoned 6 officers of the Central Force, including 2 officers, to investigate. In this situation a request for virtual interrogation is made. CID rejected the application. Eight Central Army personnel, including two CISF officers, have been instructed to appear in person
It is learned that on the day of the fourth round of voting, those 6 members of the Central Army were in charge of booth number 126 in Shitalkuchi. According to CID sources, they include a deputy commandant, four constables and an officer with the rank of inspector. The CID will interrogate the central forces to find out the reason for the firing.