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West Bengal: BJP leader shot dead in Simultala, party MLA Agnimitra Paul slams TMC

“West Bengal: BJP leader shot dead in Simultala, party MLA Agnimitra Paul slams TMC”, Organiser, June 2, 2023:

“Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Agnimitra Paul hit out at All India Trinamool Congress (TMC) on May 2 over the death of a BJP member in Simultala and said that the government is creating fear to get votes.

This comes after the West Bengal police on May 2 said that an incident of an alleged gunshot had been received from Simultala, Putimari, Dinhata Police station. According to the Additional SP Cooch Behar, the deceased has been identified as Prashant Basunia.

Talking to ANI, the BJP MLA said, “It is unfortunate that again one of our party members Prashant Basunia has been shot dead by the assailant goons of TMC….”

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