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West Bengal: Youth died in police custody, women surrounded the police station with slippers in hand

Nita Yadav

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Women causing ruckus by showing off their slippers outside the police station

Hundreds of women have surrounded the Dholahath police station in 24 parganas of West Bengal. Women are showing slippers and threatening the police. Seeing the attitude of these women, the police also got embarrassed. Policemen are seen defending themselves. The scene was witnessed at the Dholahath police station on Tuesday, when a youth arrested on charges of theft died in police custody. At present, SDPO and other officials are reaching the spot and trying to calm down the people by explaining them.

According to women protesting outside the police station, an incident of theft took place on June 30 in Ghat Mukutala area of ​​Dholahat. In that case, the police arrested a youth on suspicion and took him to the police station and beat him up badly. However, when the young man came out on bail the next day, he was very ill. He was taken straight from the lockup to the hospital. Where the doctors said that the young man has been given the third degree. Seeing the condition of the young man, he was first admitted to the Mathurapur Block Hospital.

Death occurred during treatment

When the doctors there responded, he was taken to Diamond Harbor Medical College. Even here the youth’s condition did not improve so he was taken to Chittaranjan Medical College. Doctors had given up here too. After this, the family admitted him to a private hospital in Park Circus. Here on Monday late night, the youth died during treatment. As soon as this news reached the youth’s village, the people got angry and surrounded the police station with chappals, slippers, rolling pins, tweezers etc. in their hands.

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Complained to SP Sundarban

The family members of the youth said that there were serious injury marks on the body of the deceased. The police charged him with third degree cruelty and when it made his condition worse, they hastily bailed him out. The family has accused four policemen for the incident. It includes an inspector and other policemen. The family members have also complained to the Superintendent of Police of Sundarban. It has been demanded that the accused policemen be immediately suspended and a case of murder registered against them.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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