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language | Updated: 15 Feb 2021, 12:17:00 PM

Kolkata, 15 February (Language) A DYFI worker was killed on Monday morning in West Bengal on February 11 when he was injured in a violent clash with the police while traveling towards the state secretariat ‘Nabanan’. This has triggered a round of accusations between the ruling party and the opposition in the state. The CPI (M) has blamed the Trinamool government for the death of the young activist, calling it “murder”. At the same time, the state’s ruling party has described it as “suicide”. Health officials said that Maidul Islam Midda, a resident of Kotulpur in Bankura district

Kolkata, 15 February (Language) A DYFI worker was killed on Monday morning in West Bengal on February 11 when he was injured in a violent clash with the police while traveling towards the state secretariat ‘Nabanan’. This has triggered a round of accusations between the ruling party and the opposition in the state. The CPI (M) has blamed the Trinamool government for the death of the young activist, calling it “murder”. At the same time, the state’s ruling party has described it as “suicide”. Health officials said that Madul Islam Midda, a resident of Kotulpur in Bankura district, was undergoing treatment at a private hospital in South Kolkata. He said that Midda’s condition was deteriorating and he died of excessive bleeding in the morning. A senior Kolkata Police official said that an FIR has been lodged in Shakespeare Sarani police station in connection with the death of Midda. He said, “We are investigating the matter keeping in mind every aspect.” The autopsy will be done. “Meanwhile, the CPI (M) has blamed the Trinamool government for Midda’s death. CPI (M) leader Sujan Chakraborty told PTI, “It is a case of murder.” The manner in which the students were lathi-charged during March shows that the Trinamool government is scared and worried. “BJP state chief Dilip Ghosh also targeted the Trinamool government expressing grief over Midda’s death. He said, “This is a very unfortunate incident. It shows that the Trinamool Congress has lost control over everything. Whatever is happening in West Bengal is not right. “At the same time, senior Trinamool Congress leader and state Panchayati Affairs Minister Subrata Mukherjee said,” Any death is unfortunate. But the police acted very sensibly that day. I think it is a case of suicide. ‚ÄĚSignificantly, during March, students and activists belonging to the Left wing youth wing had violent clashes with the police. During this time the students were injured and policemen also suffered injuries. The police also lathi-charged, fired tear gas shells and water cannons to disperse the activists during this period. Subsequently, the 12-hour bandh was called by the Left Front on 12 February against police action.

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