Bengal BJP To Take Up Darivit & Islampur Issues At NHRC


Kolkata: West bengal Bharatiya Janata Party top-brass has decided to approach National Human Rights Commission accompanying deceased families and supporters of Islampur and Purulia death case.

The delegation team of BJP likely to meet the President on Monday to talk about the facts and figures and their dissatisfaction on Bengal government. The State BJP president said that the party will urge for a CBI investigation stating no-trust on CID probe.

Reacting on the decision of BJP, Subhash Sarkar, uncle of one of the deceased Rajesh Sarkar, said that, “We are going to visit national Human Rights Commission within few days. But it has no political connection.”

State BJP’s National General Secretary Rahul Sinha said that, “Police has killed two students of Darivit High School. We will report the whole facts and figures to National Human Rights Commission.”

The saffron brigade wants to hurt the reputation by spreading th incident in national level. Both the deceased families of Purulia will go to New Delhi to visit the NHRC officials.

Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Babul Supriyo said that MP SS Alluwalia, Roopa Ganguly and Mukul roy will also be go to NHCR along with them.

The BJP leadership was not happy with the investigation held on Puriulia death case.