West Bengal Post Poll Violence Case: In the case of post-poll violence in West Bengal, the CBI has started tightening the noose on TMC leader Abu Tahir. In the violence case, the CBI team has reached the house of Trinamool Congress leader Abu Tahir in Nandigram. An FIR has been registered against Abu Tahir in the murder of BJP worker Debabrata Maiti, a resident of Chilgram in Nandigram.
Although the CBI summoned Abu Tahir several times to the Haldia camp office, he avoided appearing. After that, on the basis of the application of the CBI, the Haldia sub-divisional court issued arrest warrants in the name of Abu Tahir and three Trinamool leaders.
CBI reaches TMC leader Abu Tahir’s house
The CBI team has reached the house of Trinamool Congress leader Abu Tahir today. According to sources, the CBI team is present at Abu Tahir’s house since this morning to implement the order of the court. In fact, after the West Bengal assembly elections, BJP had accused TMC of spreading violence in different areas of the state including Nandigram. BJP had alleged that after the victory in the elections, TMC workers resorted to violence at many places, in which BJP workers lost their lives.
What is the charge of Abu Tahir?
The Kolkata High Court had handed over the investigation of cases like murder during the violence to the CBI. Earlier, the CBI had sent notices to several TMC leaders including Abu Tahir. At the same time, TMC leader Abu Tahir had claimed that a conspiracy is being hatched to implicate TMC leaders in the Chilgram massacre, including the murder of BJP worker Debabrata Maiti. He had accused BJP leader Shubhendu Adhikari of implicating him.
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