Bengal elections: Voter in queue killed in firing | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: A voter standing in queue at a sales space in Sitalkuchi, Coochbehar was killed in firing on Saturday morning.
He has been recognized as Ananda Burman (18), a primary-time voter.
It continues to be not clear who fired the shot that struck Burman.
Clashes erupted between Trinamool and BJP supporters quickly after the incident, and extra police and RAF personnel needed to be deployed in the world.
Crude bombs have been hurled, and forces needed to lathi-cost to manage the state of affairs.
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BJP and TMC traded prices following Burman’s demise in firing.
TMC chief and Natabari constituency candidate Rabindra Nath Ghosh alleged that the BJP staff have been behind the killing.
Dismissing Ghosh’s declare, Sitalkuchi’s BJP candidate Baren Chandra Barman mentioned that the deceased was the celebration’s polling agent on the sales space and TMC activists have been behind the homicide.
(With company inputs)

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