Hooghly News: According to the mother of Budhdev Rai Choudhary, eighty ten people came and attacked the house. His youngest son was standing at the door. Many people pressed the boy.
Arrested for protesting against liquor ban.
Hooghly: Avoid alcohol. People will not be able to walk in the neighborhood. Check withdrawal request was marketed to a local resident. There, the young man was allegedly forced into the house and tortured. Two people were taken to Uttarparkar hospital with injuries. The incident took place in Ward No. 22 of Uttarpara Municipality on Thursday.
Residents complained that the local KTN Mukherjee Road Lohar Pool area has been operating illegal liquor business for a long time. Local residents sometimes protest because the block is destroying the environment. Apparently, no one is listening to them. A section of the people of the area have also raised questions about the role of the police from the public representatives. They were threatened with death before protesting.
On the day of Vishwakarma Puja, there is great suffering. The same thing happened again on Thursday evening. A young man made a noise in the area while drinking. A Buddhist named Roy Chowdhury was killed for protesting. His chest is injured. Reportedly 10-12 people entered their house and looted. A complaint was filed in the Uttarpara police station in this incident. Two people have also been detained.
In this regard, Buddhist monk Roy Chaudhary said, “A man was drinking alcohol in front of the temple and was loitering on the day of Vishwakarma Puja.” When I went to speak, I was beaten at home. Threatened. There is an illegal business of alcohol. There is a temple next to it. Even after saying a thousand words, he does not listen. People cannot enter the temple. Before this, the chairman of the municipality informed the Uttarpara police station. No action was taken. This time he entered my house and killed me.”
According to the mother of Budhdev Rai Choudhary, eight to ten people came and attacked the house. His youngest son was standing at the door. Many people pressed the boy. There were both men and women. Amitabh Roy, a resident of this ward said, “Alcohol is sold near the temple.” The women of Ward No. 31 united and stopped the sale of liquor. This ward should too. Notifying public representatives does not work. Despite reporting to the police, there was no solution.