के सभी प्रकाशन Nisha Sharma . कोलकाता , भारत
Kolkata: Tension Spread In The Area Due To The Death Of A Hospitalized Man
The death of a 20-year-old youth in Tangra, who spent nearly two months in a critical condition in a hospital, caused tension in the area late on Wednesday. Kundan Yadav died at the Medical College and Hospital on Tuesday night. Their relatives laid siege to the local police station with their bodies, demanding their immediate arrest. The police managed to ease the tension, promising that the accused would be arrested immediately and slapped with harsh charges. Police said that Yadav was attacked during a Durga Puja on Nagami night after a dispute with four people near his house at Tangra railway ground. "When the youth protested against men drinking in the open, they surrounded him and abused him. As he resisted the four, they beat him badly. He was taken to the NRS Hospital and then to a private hospital before being referred to the Medical College and Hospital. "Two of the four accused, Reiki Raut and Vicky Khatik, have already been arrested. We have started a hunt to catch the rest of them. A police officer said, "We are already amending the sections of IPC with murder charges." The post-mortem of the deceased was completed. Police said that there was enough evidence to apprehend the accused. "We are talking to family and friends, and all their concerns will be addressed," said a police officer from Lalbazar. According to police sources, the clash was a personal one and did not belong to any syndicate. "The young man was attacked at this time, although we will investigate the motives of the accused," the official said.
Kolkata students condemn Delhi, Bengaluru clampdown
In Kolkata, the student community on Thursday protested the Citizenship Amendment Act, extending its support to those molested and detained by police in Delhi and Bengaluru. The image of historian and writer Ramachandra Guha is being captured by the police, with a photograph of Mahatma Gandhi in hand, which trended on social media and emerged as a symbol of the police high-profile. Students in Kolkata accused the central government (the police in the capital takes orders from the Ministry of Home Affairs) and the state government of Karnataka of rejecting disagreeable voices and holding contrary views. The protests began on the campus across the city, including the Presidency University, Jadavpur University, SRFTI, University of Calcutta, and Alia University following the passage of the Bill in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Shreyashi Das, a second-year student of Jadavpur University, said, "Protests have stopped in Delhi, Bengaluru and other cities and shut down all ways of raising voice in an opinion that creates panic in the ruling regime.". "In Bengaluru, Section 144 - or large celebrations - was banned - while the Internet and several metro stations were shut to prevent protesters in Delhi from garnering opinions and support. In Bengaluru, Ramchandra Guha was physically pulled over by a group of policemen and pushed into a bus with detained protesters. "Home Minister Amit Shah said a few days ago that only 20 to 30 people are protesting and only some universities have resentment. Then why is the government stopping net connectivity and shutting down metro stations? Why is section 144 being imposed? They know that they will not stop this student-led rebellion," said Anisur Haq, who is doing post-graduation from Presidency University.
Jadavpur University Students Demand Boycott Of Governor
During the convocation ceremony on December 24, several students of Jadavpur University demanded a boycott of the vice-chancellor of the university, Jagdeep Dhankar. University officials faced a similar "crisis" during the 2014 convocation when several students won gold medals, a Bengali department winner Geetashree Sarkar's degree from the former governor, Keshari Nath Tripathi after the Hok Kolarobe movement Refused to receive. "Boycott Dhankar" has been called this year by a large number of JU students. "The convocation is scheduled for December 24 at JU. The Chancellor and Governor of our state are scheduled to be present on the occasion. We urge all JU students to boycott Dhankar," said Devraj Debnath, General Secretary of Arts Faculty Students' Union. He said that students would wear black badges and carry black flags during the demonstration. Debnath said, "The police attack on students on campus shows that the BJP is against any voice of dissent."