After 23,737 personnel returned from their duty they received a thank you letter signed by district magistrate PB Salim and chocolates. The card is appropriately printed on a green background.
Forced to break away from their roots and move houses before finally settling down in Nadia, about 2,000 locals at a little known hamlet in the Charjatrasiddhi area are to vote for the first time since 1978 during the fourth phase of polling on Monday.
It’s been nearly 48 hours since Toofan Ghosh and his family came out of their home.
Ashoke Sen, victim of the Tehatta police firing, was cremated at Nabadwip Swashan Ghat in Nadia early on Thursday morning. Sen was not a protester and got caught up in the violence.
In the second case of police firing in eight days in West Bengal, a villager in Nadia district died on Wednesday and another was injured when security forces tried to disperse a crowd demonstrating on a religious issue, Halim Mondal reports.