Bengal faced clash between two groups in Cooch Bihar amid Panchayat elections 2023
Ahead of Panchayat elections in West Bengal, the state is continuously burning with violence. A recent incident has took place in cooch bihar where one dead and four suffer bullet injuries as two groups clash on Tuesday.
The state is burning with the fire of violence.
The cases of violence and clashes are coming continuously as the state is going to vote for panchayat elections on 8th July.
Earlier an incident of violence took place in Raghunathpur of purulia district where a clash happened between the workers of Trinamool Congress(TMC) and Communist party of India(Marxist) on Sunday.
Another incident of violence erupted in Ahmadpur where bombs were thrown on several houses and many people got injured during the incident.
Background of the incident.
The incident has took place in Gitalhada an area which is very close to international border in Cooch behar district. In the violence erupted in Gitalhada one person had died and four others got serious injuries.
The person who died in firing has been identified as Babu Hoque.
The police has reached the area and started investigating with the angle of using Bangladeshi criminals by local-leaders.
The situation is now peaceful there.
“A clash broke out between two groups in Gitaldaha, Cooch Behar this morning. As per info, 5 people have received bullet injuries, of which one Babu Hoque has died. The situation is peaceful. Police present on the spot.” Said Sumeet Kumar, SP Cooch behar.
Chief minister Mamta Banerjee on state witness several incidents of violence in different parts of the state.
Chief minister Mamta Banerjee has reached cooch behar on Sunday to start her poll campaign for panchayat elections and alleged opposition parties to spread and promote violence in west Bengal.