Siliguri, Sagar Bagchi: TMCP is no way connected to the missing case of journalist Chayan Sarkar, said North Bengal Development Minister, Gautam Deb. On Tuesday, he washed away all such connections between the attack of TMCP at the residence of Sarkar followed by his missing. He even said that if anyone found responsible for this incident, the party will take strict measures in the matter.
Gautam Deb even said that the government and the local administration will not lay any stones unturned in order to bring out the truth and recover Chayan Sarkar. He added that the missing case has been handed over to CID by the state. The CM will be coming over to Siliguri on July 6 and they will see into the matter and find out what else can be done to find light from the darkness associated with the missing case of Sarkar.
Chayan Sarkar who worked in 'Uttar-Banga Sambad' had flashed a news about how TMCP had taken money from the students in connection to illegal admission in the Alipurduar College. TMCP had even taken the roads to stage a protest in this light. Chayan's residence was even alleged to have been ransacked by the TMCP supporters after the incident. Following the incident, Chayan Sarkar had been missing from his home and work place. His family members are afraid of hiss loss of life even.
Chayan Sarkar had even lodged a complaint against a few of the TMCP workers. Following the incident, the reporters association of Alipurduar have hit the road to mark their protest. Chayan had been missing since 8 pm on Sunday. A strike has been called by the Lefts of the area on Monday to mark a protest.