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Malda blast: “No reply to August letter”, Child Rights Commission writes to chief secretary again on Kalachak blast West Bengal Malda News Child Rights Protection Commission writes to CSNews WAALI

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Malda News: A public interest case was also filed in Calcutta High Court on this incident. Demand investigation from NIA.

Malda blast: 'No reply to August letter', Child Rights Commission writes to chief secretary again on Kalachak blast

Police at the scene. File image.

Malda: Last April, there was a horrific blast in the Kalichak police station area of ​​Malda. Five children were injured in the blast. Also wrote a letter to the Chief Secretary of the State regarding Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR). But they wrote another letter on Thursday saying that no response had been received. He said, ‘You are once again requested to look into the matter and submit a report on the action. The report is being asked to be submitted within 10 days. NCPCR Chairperson Priyank Kuningo wrote the letter.

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The incident took place on August 24. As a result of the bomb blast in Kalach, 5 children were injured. Children were playing behind a house in Golapganj Chowk area of ​​Kalachak. Suddenly there was a loud roar in the area. They were seriously injured. The blast occurred behind the house of local resident Nikhil Saha. It was alleged that there were several bombs. This happens when it explodes. During the search, the police found a well on the ground near the blast site. Two cups fell into it. After searching for the owner of the land, it was found that the land belongs to a person named Santo Sheikh. His nephew is the President of the Regional Youth Trinamool.

The event began to give a political color. Although the president of the Regional Youth Trinamool claimed that day, there is no basis for this allegation. This is being said because of enmity. A Public Interest Litigation was also filed in the Calcutta High Court on the incident. Demand investigation from NIA. The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights or NCPCR has written to the state chief secretary and state police DG in this regard. At that time NPCR chief Priyank Kuningu said, “We have given a notice to the DGP of Bengal to find the place where the blast took place. Are there any bombs planted? To the Chief Secretary of West Bengal regarding the treatment of children.” Also has given notice. We are too”. Again a letter was sent by NCPCR on Thursday.

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