The complainant Purnima Dey, wife of the deceased alleged that her husband Narayan Dey who was a BJP supporter was killed by Trinamool Congress (TMC) goons in Nadia district.
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In August, Calcutta High Court ordered a court-monitored CBI probe into the incidents of post-poll violence in the state.
The case pertains to fatal attack on Debabrata Maity by unidentified people in Nandigram on May 3. Maity succumbed to injuries 10 days later while undergoing treatment, officials said.
Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for the state government, pointed to the members of the committee that has been formed to investigate the incidents.
The CBI had arrested four persons on Saturday in connection with another murder case in Tufanganj reported during the violence.
The chargesheet was filed at Krishnanagar court in Nadia district in connection with the killing of a BJP worker allegedly by Trinamool Congress members, they said.
Several documents, including a mobile phone, were seized from the TMC leader's home, officials said.
The central agency has so far filed 34 FIRs, and made three arrests in connection with the post-poll violence cases two in Nadia and one in North 24 Parganas.
Ratan Halder, an accused in the murder of a BJP worker's mother following the declaration of assembly election results on May 2, was apprehended from Jagaddal area, a source said.
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So far, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed a total of 34 FIRs against those allegedly involved in murder or other heinous atrocities on BJP workers.
The officers have been deployed for north, west and south zones of the state as well as for the Kolkata Police areas, a senior official said.
According to the sources, the cases were filed in Purba Medinipur's Nandigram and Cooch Behar's Sitalkuchi areas.
“We received the 60 cases from 17 districts. The details of the investigation conducted by the state police are showing that the suspects are at large in most of the cases.
The CBI formed four teams, each headed by a joint director, to conduct the probe directed by Calcutta High Court.
The cases were registered on the basis of reports submitted by the state police to the central agency.