The West Bengal Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has arrested two sharpshooters from Ludhiana in Punjab for his or her alleged involvement within the homicide of BJP chief Manish Shukla, a senior official stated on Friday.
The two belong to Bihar and had fled to Punjab after allegedly committing the crime on October four close to a police station in North 24 Parganas district within the northern fringes of Kolkata.
They had been dropped at West Bengal on a transit remand.
The two had been produced earlier than a court docket in Kolkata’s Barrackpore on Friday and despatched to judicial custody for 14 days, he stated.
The two had been arrested from Punjab with the help of Punjab Police two days in the past, the official stated.
“These two men were part of the gang of shooters who murdered Manish Shukla. We have been looking for them and conducted a raid in Bihar. But they had fled to Punjab by then,” an officer stated.
So far three individuals have been arrested in reference to the homicide of the BJP chief.
Manish Shukla was shot useless close to Titagarh police station on October four by unknown bike-borne shooters.
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