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Attempted to kill him by calling him from his home, case filed at police station

By Shyamsundar Datta , Tripura State: Booth No. 31 of Nehal Chandannagar Panchayat of Kamalasagar Assembly: Booth President Kamal Krishna Das was called from his house at night and two CPM activists were accused of trying to kill him. According to the details of the incident, Nehal Chandranagar area booth president Kamal Krishna Das was called from his house around 9 pm on Wednesday and allegedly tried to kill him with a sharp weapon. Later, when the people of the area gathered at the shout of Kamal Krishna Das, two CPM workers fled from there. He was later taken to Bishalgarh Hospital It is learned that he was severely injured in the chest and hand and after filing a case with the police station Meanwhile, as soon as the news spread, Kamalasagar Mandal president Subir Chowdhury, vice-president Dulal Sarkar and other leaders went to Kamal Krishna Das’s house on Thursday morning. The only demand is that Deepak Roy and Nandan Roy should be arrested immediately or the police station should be cordoned off. Earlier, Deepak Roy was charged with attempting to rape a minority woman in the area but has not been arrested. Meanwhile, the accused Kamal Krishna Das had earlier received death threats from Deepak Roy and Nandan Bhai, who finally called him from home and tried to kill him with a sharp weapon. Now it remains to be seen what role the police will play, and how the leaders of the ruling party have plotted to assassinate the opposition activists.

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