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Jiten concerned on government’s probe in Kumarghat’s chariot tragedy & recovery of skeletal remains from Matabari


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, July 17, 2023: CPIM state secretary and MLA Jitendra Chaudhury on Monday expressed his concern about the government’s investigation into the tragic chariot accident at Kumarghat and the recovery of the skeletal remains from Kalyan Sagar pond in the premises of Mata Tripureshwari Temple under Udaipur sub-division.

It was assumed that the state government would give maximum investigation in the case of the recent recovery of a male skeleton in the Kalyan Sagar of Udaipur Tripureshwari temple. But even after a few days, no high-level investigation has been done by the government. This was said by CPIM party leader Jitendra Chaudhury in a press conference of CPIM state office on Monday.

He said that the opposition party also stood in the assembly and demanded that such an incident did not happen in Kalyan Dighi in the last 550 years, so the matter is very worrying. To expedite forensic investigation. In view of this, the Chief Minister has read out the investigation report of the District Governor. But the people of the state are not satisfied with this investigation.

On the other hand, people are not satisfied with the investigation into the Kumarghat’s chariot accident. Chaudhury claimed that a judicial inquiry should be conducted by a High Court judge into the incident of the recovery of skeletal remains and the incident of the chariot accident at Kumarghat.

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