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language | Updated: 15 Feb 2021, 06:23:00 PM

Kolkata, 15 February (Language) West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Monday that her government is ready to provide financial assistance to the family members of DYFI activist Madul Islam Midda. Midda was injured during a clash between the police and members of the Left and later died. Banerjee said that the police has started the investigation and the exact cause of the death of the worker will be known only after the post-mortem report. He said in the state secretariat, “I do not support the death of anyone. An investigation underway

Kolkata, 15 February (Language) West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Monday that her government is ready to provide financial assistance to the family members of DYFI activist Madul Islam Midda. Midda was injured during a clash between the police and members of the Left and later died. Banerjee said that the police has started the investigation and the exact cause of the death of the worker will be known only after the post-mortem report. He said in the state secretariat, “I do not support the death of anyone. An investigation is underway … I have come to know that his family members were also not informed about where he has been admitted. There was also no police complaint in this regard. “The Chief Minister said,” I have spoken to Sujan Chakraborty (Left Front leader) and told him that I am ready to give job and financial assistance to the family. On February 11, Midda was seriously injured in a clash with the police during his march to the West Bengal Secretariat on February 11 and died on Monday morning. CPI (M) leader Dr F Haleem said that Midda’s kidneys had stopped working after which he died of a heart attack. Midda was being treated in Dr. Haleem’s medical unit. Banerjee said it is also necessary to find out if Midda had any health problems. Midda is survived by his wife and two children. Students of the Left and members of the youth unit clashed with the police during the march, causing injuries to both sides. Police resorted to lathi-charge to disperse the activists, fired tear gas shells and splashed water. The Left Front called for a 12-hour statewide bandh on 12 February to protest against the police action.

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