Satyajit Biswas’ Murder: Mukul Roy’s name Comes Up

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Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s party Trinamool Congress MLA Satyajit Biswas was shot dead from Krishnaganj assembly constituency in Nadiya district of West Bengal. In this case, the police arrested two accused. Mukul Roy’s name is also included in the police FIR. Along with this, the charge of Hanskhali police station has been suspended.

Biswas was shot dead on Saturday night. This incident happened when he had come to take part in a religious ceremony held in his constituency on Saturday night. After landing from the platform in the Saraswati puja program, the attackers shot bullets at him. He was admitted to a nearby hospital, but the doctors declared him dead.

According to the police, the attackers fired on him from point blank range. After the incident, a large number of police forces have been deployed to maintain law and order in the area. A few days ago Biswas was married. According to local people, he was a soft-spoken and friendly person. TMC has asked the police to take immediate action in the matter.

Since the assassination of the MLA, the Trinamool has become more aggressive with the BJP. The party says that the BJP is behind the incident. Trinamool leader Shankar Dutta has accused the BJP of the assassination of Biswas done under a conspiracy. Meanwhile, BJP President Dilip Ghosh has dismissed these accusations. He termed the murder as unfortunate. State Jail Minister Ujjwal Biswas has blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP for killing the TMC legislator.

Mukul Roy, an intro:

Mukul Roy is former MP of TMC. In the UPA Government, he was the Rail Mininster when Mamata Banerjee resigned as the Railway Minister. When the relations with Mamta Banerjee turned sour, he joined the BJP last year. His name has also figured in the Sharda Chitfund case.

Mukul Roy did not go to the accident site in Assam despite the prime minister’s insistence in 2011. Then the Prime Minister had expressed his annoyance to Mamta Banerjee. Dinesh Trivedi was then made the Railway Minister.

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