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Brother of deceased urges CM Dr Manik Saha for fair investigation in Indranagar’s housewife murder case


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 27th April 2024:   In an ardent plea for justice, the brother of the late Kiran Basfore, a housewife from Harijan Colony in Indranagar, captivated the attention of state authorities, urging a thorough and impartial investigation into her tragic demise.

Bimal Basfore, the grieving sibling, made a compelling appeal to the Chief Minister, who is also the Home Minister of the state, highlighting the need for a fair examination of the murder case. Kiran Basfore’s life was abruptly cut short, allegedly at the hands of her husband, Pintu Basfore, alongside family members Bina Basfore, Sentu Basfore, and Mistu Basfore, after enduring months of starvation.

Venting his frustrations, Bimal Basfore visited the East Agartala Women’s police station on Saturday, where he voiced his concerns before the media personnel. Despite the arrest of the accused husband by the authorities, the remaining suspects continue to elude law enforcement’s grasp.

Of particular concern to Basfore was the perceived inadequacy in the handling of the case by OC Shipra Bala Chanda of East Agartala Women’s Police Station. He raised doubts regarding the efficacy and role of the officer in ensuring justice for his deceased sister.

The plea from Kiran Basfore’s brother underscores the pressing need for a robust and transparent investigation, ensuring accountability for those responsible for her untimely demise.

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