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Shock to Mamta government! Calcutta High Court handed over investigation to CBI on Birbhum violence

Kolkata | Birbhum Violence: The Birbhum violence in West Bengal has heated up the politics of the entire country. Now new information has come out about this that the CBI will now investigate this incident. The Calcutta High Court on Friday ordered a CBI inquiry into the Birbhum violence in a setback to the Mamata Banerjee government.

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Mamata Banerjee government’s petition dismissed
Birbhum Violence: The Calcutta High Court, while rejecting the request of the Mamata Banerjee government not to hand over the probe to the central agency, ordered transfer of the Birbhum case probe to the CBI and asked it to submit the report by April 7.

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What did the Calcutta High Court say
The Calcutta High Court has directed a CBI inquiry that in view of the circumstantial evidence on the Birbhum incident and the impact of the incident, it appears that the state police cannot investigate the matter. In such a situation, the High Court ordered the SIT set up by the state government to close its investigation and hand over the case to the CBI. Now the High Court will supervise the CBI investigation. The court has directed to submit the report by April 7.

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8 including two children and women were burnt alive
Let us tell you that some houses were torched in Bogtui village of Rampurhat town of Birbhum district on Tuesday, in which eight people including two children and women were burnt alive. After this massacre, Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee also reached the spot and gave five lakh rupees to the victims’ families besides government jobs and two lakh rupees each for the reconstruction of houses, while the injured got compensation of 50-50 thousand rupees. was announced.

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Parth Vekariya

Parth Vekariya is the Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.com covering political & technology news and updates. For more you can follow him on Twitter @iparthvekariya
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