June 18, 2021

The Times of Bengal

Manusher Sathe,Manusher Pashe

The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police station

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#Kolkata: Sunday from 7:30 to 7:30 p.m. Nodakhali police station, behind Dongaria High School in front of Palpara alley exploded with a loud noise. Sheikh Akkash was seriously injured in the blast. Most of his body was burnt in the fire. He was rushed to a local nursing home but was not treated there. He was later shifted to Bangur Hospital in Kolkata. According to sources, Abhi Adhikari alias Gopal Adhikari, Akkash and two others were having a picnic on the verandah of his house. Sources say the news is not a picnic. After the vote ended on Saturday, a petrol bomb was moving from there on Sunday evening. At that time, Sheikh Akkash fell from his hand and exploded. The area was quiet after going to Palpara. It took an hour to get to the scene. If you ask someone, the answer is ‘I don’t know’. Even the woman in the front house said that she is a heart patient, she doesn’t know anything. Abir’s house was finally found. Abir’s relative Shampa Adhikari, who lives next door, told us he was not home last evening. But he heard in people’s mouths, the stove bust had become a glow. Kamala Mandal, a local panchayat member, said she had asked Avi. Avi informed him that the bomb had fallen from his hand and exploded. When the police were asked about this, the police themselves told us that they were confused about the matter. Where the petrol bomb busted, a lot of things were burnt, then they washed the evidence by pouring water on it properly. However, the steel plate, wooden items were burnt. The bulb that was hanging, the bulb was hanging in half.

Shanku Santra

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