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Thursday, February 22, 2024

West Bengal: TMC leader Shahjahan Sheikh and his gangs abduct Hindu women only, alleged local women on camera

After the alleged attack on the ED officials, notorious mafia and TMC leader Sheikh Shahjahan is now absconding, but local residents, especially Hindu women are coming up and making serious allegations of about the atrocities by Sheikh Shahjahan and his gangs.

In a video published by electronic media ‘Republic Bangla’, local women said that they witnessed serious atrocities and sexual exploitation by the gangs of Sheikh Shahjahan. 

A woman said on camera, “Sheikh Shahjahan and his gangs abducted the women of their choice. They took the women of their choice from the village and kept them at the party office. After one night, they sent the woman back.”

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She further said, “Sheikh Shahjahan and his gangs only abducted Hindu women, not any Muslim women.”

Another woman said on camera, “They have been abducting Hindu women for many years. They kept the women till they were satisfied.”

The clip of ‘Republic Bangla’ is already viral on social media. Many renowned persons have shared the clip. Former Governor of Tripura, Sri Tathagata Roy, shared the video on ‘X’. 

Also, many netizens have pointed out the condition of women in Mamata Banerjee-led West Bengal. 

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