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CPI (M) women leader takes 180° turn in Court: Women leader Bimala Chakroborty likely to fall on own laid trap on TATA Kalibari incident
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CPI (M) women leader takes 180° turn in Court: Women leader Bimala Chakroborty likely to fall on own laid trap on TATA Kalibari incident
PHOTO : TIWN File Photo : Accused in Court

AGARTALA, March 11 (TIWN): What’s more left with the CPI (M) when the leaders who stand tall to give lectures against the increasing rate of crime against women and for ensuring security for the women of the country, are found taking 180° (degree) turn in the court and giving false statement. One of the CPI (M) women organization leader and the Chandrapur former Pradhan Bimala Chakroborty, who was also a prime witness of the TATA Kalibari incident recently went to the additional district and session judge of Fast Track Court, Sanjeev Majumder and recorded her statement. Testimony of witnesses of Tata Kalibari incident of brutal assault on Soma Majumder has began on March 4.

During the year 2014, October 6 victim Soma was tied with a post and tortured inhumanly in front of Tata Kalibari in Chandrapur by some of the locals, while the CPI (M) women leader and the concerned Panchayat former Pradhan Bimala Chakroborty was also remained present during the incident. However but most interestingly Bimala Chakroborty recently while recording her statement before the court stated that she is unaware of the incident and she has never seen such incident. The statement has triggered a huge resentment among the people who were present before the court on the very day. Meanwhile it may also be recalled that Bimala Chakroborty earlier briefed the incident with the police as a prime witness of the case.

However, later after Bimala recorded her statement, the court announced Bimala’s statement as hostile. Besides, a sharp reaction could be witnessed among the common mass who were present at the court on the very day after Bimala taking a turn of 180° made a false statement. It is to be mentioned here that at a time when the Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has been urging to ensure safety for the women, on the other Bimala Chakroborty, the CPI (M) women leader has been standing with the accused person who were involved with the TATA Kalibari incident. However, but to mention here again Bimala Chakroborty is likely to fall on own laid trap very shortly.

All the twenty accused have been booked and charge sheeted under IPC section 143,147,341,342,352,325,395,354,354(B), 120 (B). The witnesses included husband, father, mother, sister of the victim remaining witnesses are locals and police.  As witness police have submitted one CD. If the accused are proved guilty, there are provisions for seven to ten years imprisonment.The twenty accused are Dipanakar Majumder, Argha Majumder, Nikhil Majumder, Sujit Majumder, Sushil Majumder, Shilpi Majumder, Ruma Majumder, Khela Majumder, Amitra Majumder, Rana Majumder, Uttam Majumder, Minati Majumder, Subrata Majumder, Bapi Majumder, Arjun Majumder, Partha Majumder, Debarata Majumder, Sumati Majumder and Haradhan Debanth.

It may be recalled here that the victim Soma was tied with a post and tortured inhumanly in front of Tata Kalibari in Chandrapur. After the incident, the victim went to East Agartala Women Police Station where cops refused to lodge her complaint.

Later, she went to East Agartala Police Station where she lodged an FIR against all 20 accusing them of torturing her in public. But, all the accused persons were granted bail after being surrendered before the court. But after pressure from all quarters, police filed a non – bail able section then after all accused landed in jail.

 

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