Bankura: This sensational incident took place in Vimardanga village of Bishnupur police station area of Bankura district. Alok Ghosh, a local resident, went to see the crops of his land not far from his house like any other day.
Death in Bankura (own photo)
Bankura: Illegal electric wire fence along Al to protect crops from wild boar. A young man died after being electrocuted by the wire planted by the neighboring land owner while looking at crops in the land. But the incident took a sensational turn in the attempt to destroy the evidence. Sakir Ali Khan and Sirajuddin Khan, the owners of the land where the electricity cable was installed illegally, buried the body of the young man in the ground about two kilometers away. However, the end was not saved. The body was recovered by the efforts of the villagers. For now, the police have arrested the two accused. They are being interrogated.
This sensational incident took place in Vimardanga village of Bishnupur police station area of Bankura district. Alok Ghosh, a local resident, went to see the crops of his land not far from his house like any other day. But then he disappeared. Family and neighbors began searching the area. Suddenly, some people saw the young man’s shoes and a bag with him lying on the soil of the crop field. That’s when they saw the illegal electric wire fence. Suspicious, the residents went to Al and saw that the bushes were in shambles. As if something was being dragged over the al. So the drag marks remain on the wet ground. With initiative, they walked along that spot for about two kilometers. There they saw a newly dug hole.
Attempts have been made to cover the hole with tree branches and dry leaves. Alok’s dead body was seen while removing the garbage. They immediately informed the local Bishnupur police station. The police came and recovered the body. Local residents alleged that Alok died due to electrocution due to the illegal wire fence. To destroy the evidence, the nearby land owner dragged the body to the forest and buried it. Based on the complaint of the villagers, the owner of the land, Sakir Ali Khan and his uncle Sirajuddin Khan, a resident of Marar village, were arrested by the police.