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BJP Chief Forms 5-Member Committee To Probe Fire Tragedy In Bengal

eight folks had been killed at this time after their homes had been destroyed in a hearth in Birbhum, police stated.

New Delhi:

BJP president JP Nadda on Tuesday shaped a five-member committee, which incorporates 4 MPs, to go to the positioning of a fireplace tragedy in West Bengal to probe the matter because the social gathering demanded that the state authorities take strict motion towards the culprits.

The BJP has alleged that criminals affiliated to the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) in West Bengal set some homes on hearth in Birbhum district, killing not less than eight folks.

The members of the fact-finding committee are former Uttar Pradesh DGP Brij Lal, former Mumbai police commissioner Satya Pal Singh, former IPS officer KC Ramamurthy, West Bengal BJP chief Sukanta Majumdar — all MPs — and former IPS officer Bharati Ghosh.

Blaming criminals allegedly affiliated to the TMC for the deaths, the BJP has demanded a CBI probe into the matter. A delegation of the saffron social gathering’s state leaders additionally met Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday, looking for his intervention.

Eight folks, together with two youngsters, had been killed within the early hours of Tuesday after their homes had been destroyed in a hearth at Rampurhat in Birbhum, police stated.

The incident passed off hours after the killing of a TMC panchayat chief on Monday, Director General of Police (DGP) Manoj Malaviya advised reporters in Kolkata.

The BJP alleged that the homes of the victims had been set ablaze by goons affiliated to the TMC as an act of revenge.

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