Purulia court grants bail to Soumen
A local court in Purulia on Monday granted bail to Maoist leader Himadri Sen alias Soumen.
Chief Judicial Magistrate of Purulia, Jahir Ahmed granted bail to Soumen as police failed to submit chargesheet against him in the killing of CPI(M) leader Rabindrnath Kar and his wife at Bhomgarh in the district within the stipulated.
Soumen had been arrested by police in connection with cases against him in Howrah, Nadia and Purulia district.
"He was granted bail in the Kar murder case on Monday but he has not been granted bail in other cases," police sources said.
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