‘Hostage’ cop ordered firing at Tehatta
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November 2012: The latest being the firing at Tehatta in Nadia after police clashed with the villagers in the area over granting permission to hold Jagadhatri puja. A person has been killed and two suffered bullet injuries. The condition of one is said to be critical.
The sixth, if we believe Loba villagers
If last week's incidence of violence at Loba village in Dubrajpur area of Birbhum is considered where villagers have alleged that police had fired upon them, then the number of police firing case would be six. Here, six villagers and 25 police personnel were injured in the clash over land acquisition issue. However, the government has been completely denied that police fired upon the villagers.
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